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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST 1918 THE tfcTHtmirjGE HERE NEXT WEEK Announcement of the program for flin coming Chautauqmi Indicates Ilenrly that patriotism Is to be the keynote of the Prominent lee lurors nro with messages of on tho war problems of he wholesome entertainment is o bo provided to relievo tho tension of i mind natural In war times and splen lid music that will thrill every heart Mil bo found on all The woek will opon In a true pat riotic Tho Warwick Qiwrlet Mil glvo two splendid programs on jho first This company Is one of the standard musical organizations of Ihe Chfuitauqiia platform and their fconcerts will feature stirring patriotic The music of Ihe second day will be given by the under Hio leadership of Vlncenzo the noted Itallon The other Iwo members of tho company aro Martha and Ruth pianist and accompan SHE COULD NOT STAND OB WORK Bat Lydia Vege table Compound Restored Her Health and Stopped Her had a dliplfice bent and suffered GO badly from it that I at times I could not I bo on my feet at I was all run down and so wak I could not do my house was nervous and could not lie down at 1 X took treatments from a physician but i they did nothelp My Aunt recom I mended Lydia JPinkhamg Vege table I I tried it and now I am strong and well again and do my own work and I give Lydia Pinkhams Vegetable Compound the credit JOSEPHINE 935 West Race Thousands of American women give this famous root and herb remedy tho credit for health restored as did For helpful suggestions in regard to such ailment women are asked to write to Lydia Pinkham Medicine The result of ita long is at your I The third day brings the Hamp ton Court a musical company which has achieved prominence by I their splendid singing of old English motion These are staged in I tho handsome coatuirtlng of the era In i which the songs were The musical part of tho program roaches Its climax on the fourth day In coming of the Chicago Ladies with Ethel Lee American This splendid organization ban been one of tho outstanding successes on onstcrn circuits for several years and Is well and favorably known In the concert They will give a short concert in the afternoon and a lull program at Ojj the fifth day Glenn Wells Kn tertainers como with two thoroughly enjoyable The last day brings the rffafflr Boys edly the most unique and unulual at traction ever on the These little natives of South Africa have been trained to slug and entertain In a wonderful manner by traveller and lec Miss Elsie Clarke of South is The lecture staff of the week is a notable Including several lec turers speaking purely on war and other topics of general who lectures on the fifth is coming to Ciiautauqua dircct ly from the International Conference of Lecturers and is one of the speak I era accredited by the Government to present war Salem of was special Dominion delegate to the International Conference in Washing His splendid lecture on the sec 1 ond afternoon Canada at the Cross has a strong patriotic appeal and should be heard by every Cana Perhaps the lecture of greatest In terest to be given during the week will be on the second night when of the Third Canadian Infan tells his thrilling story of exper ience over Olbbons was u member of the 1st Canadian wounded at cap tured by the Huns and spent seven months in Gorman prison Since returning he has recruited over men in fall his ser vices were requested by the United States Secretary of Treasury McAdoo and Gibbons was loaned to Uncle In the United States he sold over in Liberty Bonds through his stirring platform Another lecture during the week of particular interest will be Tho War and the AngloJapanese Al liance by the noted Japanese scholar and student of inter national Other lectures of prominence will Playing the Game by Wood Brlggs of the Texas National Oiiartl New tho South Sea by Leila New ond a new lecture on the Orient by the Young Julius Caesar Nay who created such a profound Impression on audiences lust i A splendid entertainment feature of the program this year will bo the i appearance of Annie Therese Pavault on the last She will give an interpretation of Polly of the Cir one of tho most popular plays of thn past The Junior ChautumiUA work bus been given added prominence this sea All thn Junior or Story have been specially trained for the summers work at the Columbia College of Un der the direction of Junior Supervis a special feature attraction will be given by the kiddles on the fifth night known as the Mother UOOBO Womoi FROM ALBERTA NEAR 2 Lethbridge Chautauqua SIX JOYOUS DAYS August 12th to 17th inclusive Fun Harmony Patriotism One Dozen Good Laughs 12 Good Programs Much Better Than Last Year Sand your boys and girls to the Junior Seasonj Tickets Admission to All Entertainments as The sale of season tickets at will be discontinued when tho committee has sold the required number It is not the intention to sell any season There nro still a number of reservations available at extra for each season The reserved section will be held throughout tho entire week so that those holding same will be sure of a good Tent will be located on 7th between 3rd and 4th One block north of Knox Single Admissions to the various sessions amount to nearly three times tho cost of a season Rven though you attend but a few It Is economy to buy a season Childrens single admissions approximately half Members Alberta Wool Growers Have Already Shipped Large Shipments of wool from the mem bers of the Southern Alberta Wool Growers Association this year have totalled and practic ally all of it has been shipped to the Canadian Cooperative Wool This is the information given out this morning by man ager of the in an inter view with The The figure shows that the association this year has handled cooperatively three times as much wool as was the case last while the total wool production in the association is greatly In ad vance of last years Outside the first returns published some time showing prices rang ing from 65 cents to 71 cents net to the producers no further returns have been but all the wool has now been shipped and it is expect ed that returns will begin to come in regularly within a short Average The average clip per based on the total was In the neigh borhood of 8 This is about ono pound per head heavier than usual showing that the clip is almost 15 per i better than that of a year This Is attributed to the fact that many of tbe flocktnasters fed their bands heavily last Some of them clipped as high as ten pounds per head which is nearly 50 por better than a year MacLeod also states that up to date more than or one quarter of the have been shipped to ranges in the mountains west of or to points north of Red He states that this num ber would have been greatly exceeded had rates been in effect to points be tween Calgary and Red Deer on the and as many ranchers wished to ship thelr sheep to tbe mountains west of the and where there thousands of square miles of excellent summer AUCTION SALE ON AUGUST 13th AT THE LETHBRIDGE SALE AND FEED BARN STARTING AT TWO VCLOCK SHARP CATTLE WAGONS HORSES AND HARNESS 2 bay 3 years 2400 and broke to work 2 bay 5 years 1000 and broke to work 2 bay 4 years 2600 and broke to work 2 brown 6 and 7 2800 broke to work 2 chestnut 3 years 1100 halter broke bay 9 years 240U 2 black 5 years 2500 and broke to work 2 bay S yuura 3200 t bay 5 years 1200 1 buckskin 8 years 1100 1 browu a saddle 4 years 1100 1 grey mare 2 years old 1 roan 8 yearn 1100 1 Welih pony 8 years 700 1 saddle 5 years 1100 3 registTed Shorthorn Durham 2 yeurs 3 to 7 years old 5 3 to 7 years due to be fresh shortly 1 due to ba fresh January 1 heavy lumber arm and grata tank 1 heavy lum ber 3 with water tank to hold ten of water 1 slnglo buggy 1 single sot of harness 2 double of heavy team harness 2 double sou of heavy driving loam harness 1 Mt of double team light driving harness 1 net ptew NO RESERVE SMITH AUCTIONEER TERMS CASH Details of End of Another of the Hun Pirate Boats of the sinking of a German submarine by a British armed yacht In tae Channel are now Just after sunset one a call tor help was picked up by tho yacht which immediately headed in the direction diverting several si earners from the danger zone as she went Half an hour later the look outs sighted the periscope of i sub marine which wus apparently prepar ing to attack a merchantman ap proaching from the opposite The periscope was barely 150 feet from tho port bow of the Full speed was at once ordered and the yacht drove right over tho sub marine just as the periscope disap A distinct jar throughout the yacht pointed to tho probability that she had rammed the enemys con ning Two depjjtcharges were dropped almost Immediately after While bringing his vessel around to pass over the spot again the captain of the yacht observed a disturbance in the water and as he approached there appeared in the centre of the disturbance a bubbling rush of water evidently caused by volumes oj nlr escaping to the A third depth charge was dropped in tho cen tre of the disturbance which present ly died survivor covered with a Irk coating of oil was picked Every thing possible was demo for aim on board the yacht but it soon bocumo evident that he had suffeivil Curious Internal Hsi died about three hours JAP GENERAL TO LEAD ALLIES IN SIBERIA Kikuio one of Japans most distinguished has been to command the Japanese tectlon and will be the ranking officer the American and allied txpeditlun In Siberia OF TELLS HIS SJORY Brother of Dupen Writes Telling of Terrible Hard ships it would take too lom ID lulls of my itriiiiy it wus work poorly housed and food Hint a pig would pis Hut had as It there were times when wo were glad to havo The bread IsRuo for a day you roniii fat for breakfast and still feel rind the rest of the food you nnuld get away with wltli a drink to wash It Tills is an extract from letter from Thomas u cousin of who has just iirrivcd back in Kngland after being u prisoner In Germany for many Dupen enlisted from lie states that he was exchanged UK u sick The doctor in Germany told mo I had tuberculosis of the spiurnul recom mended me for bul when I got to the main camp ihero wan a movement on foot to exchange sick men through Holland and I was sent My back doesnt bother me any more than it did in Canada bin I play ed it for all I knew and got away with Thanks the Dupen also sent a letter to secretary of the social com mittee Court Star of which he was a thanking the lodge for their parcels sent to him he was in Germany and also for a one pound note whfch he received in HO says When I received parcels of food In Germany subscribed to by the in Lethbridge I realized then more than I ever did before just what the Ancient Order of Forest era really stood I was pleased to receive the parcels because I needed them in the worst possible and it was pleas ant for me to think thai the lodge had their eye on a brother so far willing to help him when he couldnt help As to the need of the food he stated in his letter to Iv Dupen that if it were not for the parcels that were sent us I dont think there would be many The Russians and Italians received no parcels and when I tell you they are dying by the hundreds every day 1 dont think 1 j am putting too And its all I through for me I It is over but it will take mo a longtime to In fact 1 do not think I will ever ifo able to forget NEWGEARLESS SHEAF LOADER Has Grain Saving Wevices And fs Drawn My One Papers Generally Attribute Suc cess of Allies to This System Havas Agency The allies Thursday In forc ing the Germans to retire on the de fensive on a new and Important sec tor is welcomed joyfully by the They attribute the success in great to the fact that the com mand Is centered In one The Matin says an enormous amount of material has been captur It has not yet been listed but is known to include a great number of guns of every The army of General Von Hutler may he considered outflanked on Its roar and right declares the military expert of the He has no other road of retreat than through Nesle and which are thirty kilometres away and the allied armies are marching toward his es sential lines of Marshal Foch and General says Marcel in the Echo De are entirely satisfied with the progress The ho suffered enormous losses Thurs day and left thousands of bodies on the Premier Clemenceau on Thursday went to the scene of important mili tary He returned at A clever Invention of i gearless sheaf which not only handles but has two special attachments for grain Is being placed on the market and an effort is being made to interest local men In the for mation of a syndicate which is topur chase the Canadian rights for the The Inventor Is Bert a veteran of the present Per ry had about completed his invention wlien the war broke Now he has perfected has had one manufactur and la demonstrating it in Alber The tests have proved satisfac and the United Farmers of Al berta are enthusiastic over the new the representa is now in the city and has placed model of the machine in the office of Wilson and The loader is expected to revolu tionize sheaf One of its great features is the grain de which are calculated to aave 10 bushels in a days The machine weighs only HOO pounds and can be drawn by one team of The parts are nil standardized so that they will he easily A de monstration is to be conducted short ly in RAISE AIR FORCE 10 DEFEND THE CANADIAN COAST Mc aiding minister of the depart ment of naval service today announc ed the formation of the Royal Can adian Air This organization which will come under the direction of naval has for its primary object the defense of Can adas but men enlisting in the new air force will be liable for ser vice outside the Dominion if neces Candidates accepted for the Royal Canadian Air Service will be entered an cadets and will be required to sign on for three years or for six months after the duration of the BRITISH SUCCESSES ON ITALIAN FRONT August di visions on the Italian front carried out eight raids against Austrian positions between Aaiago and Canove on Thursday captur ing 315 according to an official statement of the British operations issued by the war office ENOS FRUIT SALT Keeps the World Refrethed l and Healthy The Delightful Tonic Aperient ALL SOLD OUT This Ensures a Record Crowd For The Big Week of Sold That was the word which went out tuday from the headquarters of the1 whirlwind campaign staged this weeicj by the and with the ex1 cepUon of a few tickets left iu the hands of the workers on the there aro no tickets now to be Of general admisj slon tickets will be available next This assures a record crowd for tho Chautauqua In the home of the Chautauqua in Everything is iu readiness for the big weeks The tent will ar rive during the weekend and will be set up on Monday ready for the first program on Monday after noon when Wood Briggs will speak and the Warwick Quartette will supply he musical uumbera on the CATKSSTRS Do acting prime minister today received tho following telegram from Thomas high chief of tho Catholic Order of who are holding an international convention at Ono hundred and fifty thousand Catholic Foresters iu the United States und Cuiuulu through their re presentatives In International conven tion semi through you to the people of tho Dominion of Canada respectful greetings and pledge our unswerving loyally and fidelity to tho defense of tho ldeil of liberty and hu manity and for tin triumphant and complete overthrow of autocracy and The following have been awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross Captain Arthur Winni formerly of tlio went to thf assisiiuirn of another il lacked by eleven biplanes and six scouts und not only the other pilot but down several tho Hurry Fall or Gowlchan participated in sixty iilp wen A Statement to Our Cus tomers from the Bakers of Lethbridge We are now compelled by the Food Controller to use 10 of Substitutes 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 Lethbridgeare turning out a good loaf of nutritious and These substitutes cost us considerably more than Government Standard White The Food Controller in ordering their use was not thinking of saving his only idea is to save wheat so that all the Allies may have enough to go It is your duty as a patriotic citizen to see that everybody obeys this order of theFood 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 been doing so that starting on Aug ust the price of bread in Lethbridge will be as follows RETAIL 1 15c 2 25c 9 Loaves f or WHOLESALE 11 Loaves Schweitzer Kirkby John Gilmore Limited Scott ;