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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOI^OHEIMER PIANOS SDISON PHONOGRAPHS A88INIB0IA MUSIC CO.. LTD. "Everything Mutlcal" 81S 6th Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD! j "WANT" ADS BRING QUICK ANSWERS Tomato iSausage, Veal, Spring Chicken. Exceptionally Fine. DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Pood Board License Number 9-2664 Kodak your Vacation NO MATTER HOW MUCH YOUR VACATION IS ^NJOYED IT IS SOON FORGOTTEN UNLESS YOUR KODAK SERVES AS A MEMORY JOGGER. KEEP A PICTURE STORY OF THE BRIGHT SIDE OF LIFE, TO CHEER UP THE HOURS THAT NEED CHEERING. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. ^^f^SUL Store. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL phone 14�7 Bringing Down the Cost of Living' is quite a problem these days when everything seems to be advancing in price, yet we have proved to a very great nu.mber of people that we have accomplished wonders with our new cash system. when you consider that our expenses have BEEN reduced while our turnover has increased, you can quite rapidly understand how we have been able to reduce our prices. eventually you will want TO deal here. try it and see the saving you can make. get ONE OF our august catalogues. they are here for the asking. WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW. THE GOOD CO. LIMITED High-Class Cash Grocers canada food board license number 8-599 Phone 525 Gleon Well's Entertainers Coming Fifth Dajr of Chautauqua Will Be Featured by Two Programs of Joyous Entertainment Two programs filled to the brtin ^Cth Joyous entertaltuncnt will be presented on the fifth day wlti the cbmln? of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wells. These Konng artists have won a prominent plaee among Chautauqua entertainers the country over. Both are splendid mu.slclans and are capable of presenting 1 musical program alone that ivonld suit the most exacting critic. In addition :o this talent,.'however, they posse.s8 real histrionic.ability, and the dramatic sketches which they give are among.the most artistic productions of the platform. The two'programs of the fifth day Include baritone and soprano solos, rocal dnete, story-telUng and readings, planologuos, musical and dramatic iketches. , . im HairMc We have just received another shipment. Repeat orders come in dally. This Is proof of the excellence of the now famous, DANDRUFF CURE IT IS OUARANTEED Price $1.00 . AT - Frank Heiey Drug Co. GETS SIXTY DAYS. Vancouver, Aug. 10.-Wm. P. Crawford, a conscientious objector, was sentenced to jail for sixty days tills morning ou refusing to do miiitary duty. He comes from Tessler, Sask., and stated that ho had reported at Regina, claiming exemption as a minister of the gospel. He said he was an evangelical preacher of the bible students. MARKETS Open Close S2>i TS'.i .. 410 410 .. 405U 405 U Winnipeg, Aug. 10.-The local war-ket was very quiet todny, very little business beiug transacted. WINNIPEG MARKETS Oats- Oct. ... Dec. ... Fla-x- Oct. ... Nov............ CASH PRICES Oats- Xo. '1 G.W...90 No. 3 C.W...S7 Extra IFeed................S7 Xo. 1 Peed..............,84ii Barlev- No 3 C.W...125 Xo. 4 C.W...120 Flax-No. 1 N.W.C...................417 Calgary Livestock. Calgary. Aug. 10.-The trade on tlie local stock market reached high prices to-day when steers were quoted at $15 for extra clioice stuff. Prices are keeping strong on butcher oattip and is likely to continue next week. Light receipts of hogs have moved up the market rapidly, finally closing to-day at $20.25. THE FOOD BOARD Mineral Oil Needed Now? strong purgatives taken during warm weather are apt to do more.harm than good. What you need is a inild, slow acting remedy liko MINERAL OIL This oil is an excellent lubricant for the intestinal tract. It overcomes constipation In a natural way and its results are permanent. It is colorless, odorless and tasteless-therefore pleasant to take. Sate for children and aged people. KEEP IT ON HAND Price, 50c and $1.00 the bottle. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Suceeatort to Jackson & Co. Telephones SS5 and 1232 Sherlock 'Building CITY AND DISTRICT Pte. Barnett Gassed. Ilolatives in tl\o city this morning received word that Pte. Jas. Henry ' Unrnotf, who enlisted from Lotli-j bridge, had been ga.sseii. Ills father, ' who was formerly employed at the iron works, has gone to Vancouver. \ Death Diamond City Lady. j Alr.M. Fredu Krink, aged 10 years. I died in the city on Saturday. August ' 10. The body was removed to Mac Kay and MacKay's Undertaking Parlors and the funeral will likely be hold on Monday afternoon at Diamond City. The husband of the deceased is a resident of Diamond City. Ottawa, Aug. to.-The food board', has suspended for thirty days the li-1 cense of Gibson Brothers, flour and \ fe�d dealers, Halifax, N.S. This concern issued a circular to the trade offering iniraediata- shipment of feed, provided that the car contain not less than 73 barrels of flour. This condition was in direct violation of the regulations of the food board. BORIS SUCCEEDS. Parit, Aug. 10.-(Havas Agency)-Prince Borii, eldest son of King Ferdinand of Bulgaria,' will be appointed during the period of his father's enforced retirement because of mental strain it is reported from German sources. WOMEN'S CONVENTION. London, Aug. 10.-The Labor party has issued a call for a con-' vention of women of Great Britain to be held October 18. They will consider the political and civil rights of women and it is expected to demand the right of membership in the house of commons for them. BAKER suspended. Ottawa, Aug. 10.-The Canada Food Board has suspended for a period of seven days, beginning at midnight tonight, the halcery license of G. E. Drolet, Quebec, Que. This action was taken by the board because Mr. Drolet continued, to violate the order requiring him to use substitutes In the  manufacture of bread. Teaching of the German language in any of the public, private, elemen. tary or high schools of Washington is prohibited. en your Auto Cylinders and Pistons become Coated with'Carbon take your car to the Gralian) Motor Co., and have the carbon burned out with acetyline. This is the only sure way of removing the carbon. E. AINSWORTH, Manager NEWS NOTES. Installation of telephones in residences, which would require the stringing of an aerial wire was discontinued at St. Louis under an order from Postmaster General .Burleson, commanding the available supply of No. 17 copper-clad wire. The order Is expected to be.followed by others of similar nature throughout the nation. Among the Canadian aviators gazetted for the Military Cross recently, appears the name of Lieut. John Edward Manning who for some years was manual training instructor at the Haultain school in Calgary. A\Tille flying in Prance he showed great courage and daring and It is reported that while endeavoring to shoot down ivn enemy balloon he was attacked by a stout. The last of the Spanish war debt was paid off recently by the redemption of $64,000,000 worth of bonds, part of a block of 1198,000,000 issued June 13, 189S, seven weeks after war was declared. So groat are the nation's expenditures in these days of hig-acalo warfare that the payment hardly created ii noticeable reduction in tho treasury's $1,500,000,000 working balance. A decision setting the precedent for protecting men in military service from mortgage foreclosure was handed down at Chicago circuit court. Aocbrdrtig to tho decision Private V. W. Newton, stationed at Camp Fremont. Oai., will not be compelled to pay tho interest on a mortgage until threo months after ho has been dls-charged from military service. Genuine ARLOW'S EAT ARKET The season is here tor Picnic Parties. Motor Otitlngs, Fishing Excursions, etc. On such occasions the "Thermos" is not only a luxury, it is a necessity. We have them in all forms-Pint and Quart bottles Pint and Quart Fillers Metal Lunch Boxes School Sets (pints and qts.) Auto Sets Carrying Cases (pts. and qts.) Thermocups (sets) Don't throw a.way your "Thermos" cases as we have all the fittings for their repair. 1 D. Hisiabotham & Co - LimitMl - WtielMsU and Ratall Chemlat^ Phones 1515 and 322 AUTOMOBILE OWNERS Our stock of accessories is now almost complete^ 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 ZACK WHEAT IS FRESH KILLED MEATS The kind that pleases particular people amj naakea more customers. Use the phone please. R. Caultry Phone 492 The Alberta Maat Market Canada Food Board License .N'umber 8-28693. Phone 796 .1110 sixth Avanue 8. OUR BEST "AD," 18 NOT PRINtEp YouVe It WESTBROOK BROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal "The Sanitary Shop" CATCH IS BIG Toronto, Aug. 10.-The report published recently tliat the salmon pack In British Columbia this season would be the greatest in twenty year.? Is denied'by local Buies agonts-tor the British Columbia Packing Association of Vancouver. T|ipy...UBvej received the following wire'^.Jroiii't.U^ British Columbia Packers' Assoclfl.ion: "Ontario rnporl, absurd. Northern sock eye pack only fair u'lul Friiser nivor abaoiuto failure. Pinks running fairly well in some points north, but �will be none in Frasor," In Auto Smash. Chief Hardy is confined to his liorae as a result of a motor car smash-up on Thursday night, eight miles from Foremost. With J. H. Loe, proprietor of the Lethbridge Hotel, they were driving along the road near there at a fairly good rate of speed, when on coming to a railway crossing the car swerved and ditched. Cliief Hardy and 7*lr. Lee were thrown out while the car witlj the driver skidded many yards before coming to a stop. Tlie chief was badly shaken up, being knocked unconscious for some time wJUie his head was cut and his eye badly banged. .Mr. Leo escaped with the loss of throe teetli and a bruised shoulder. It was necessary to walk about eight miles to Foremost to get a car to make the return trip to Lethbridge. which was reached about llvo o'clock on P'riday morning. NOUllNr COAST STRIKE Victoria. B.C., Aug. 10.-.\ court of intiuiry Is to be held at Vancouver for the purp'ose of investigating, taking evidence, and veporiing on tho circumstances surrounding the demonstration and disturbances following the twenty-four hour strike of labor unions last week. Lieut, Colonel 11. |D. Hulme. Sixth Regiment, D.C.O.. will be president of the board and Major R. H. Tupper, First Depot Battalion, and Major it. G. .Monteitli, llOtli Battalion, C.C.R., will he members. DAM TOTAL JF|52,000 Toronto, Aug. 10.-Action for damages' aggregating ?52,000 were commenced at Osgoodo Hall today against the Urand Trunk Railway, in connection with a level crossing accident at Bownianville in August last, wlien four persons were killed by a freight engine., Stella Connolly, Ellen Normoyke and Amy Fletcher, whose respective husbands were killed, and Mayor Johnson who lost his son eafch claim $10,000. These parties are all of Oshawa. Frank Walker, ot Ottawa, whose wife was Iciiied, and who was himself injured, sues for $12,000 damages. TRElfSETTLES Moose Jaw, Aug. 10.-During the nilinE in operations with ballast, one half mile long, tho C.P.R. trestle over the valley this side .of Elbow, tlio structure began to settle Thursday night and has already sunk eight feet. All transportation across tho trestle has been suspended indefinitely and it is necessary to transfer passengers, mail and baggage. It will be at least three weeks before repairs are effected. LEADER, NATIONALS Chicago, Aug. 10.-/Sack MTwat, the Brooklyn veteran, steps out in the spotlight as tlie new batting leader of the National league, according to averages released today. Ho smashed out enough hits to crowd Heinle Groh, the Cincinnati Infielder, from the coveted first position with an average ot George Burns of New Vork. with fiS runs to his credit, continues high in scoring; Young, a team mate, with 60, is his nearest competitor. Tho record of fort.v-si.x stolen bases, sat ))y -Max Carey of Pittsburg, remains out of danger. Rousli of Cincinnati, continues to top the sacrifice hitters with twenty-four, while Cruise, ot St. Louis, still liolds the homo run honors with six. The leading batters : Wheat. Brooklyn, and: Groh, Cincinnati, XVI; Daul)ert, Brooklyn, 3:50; .Merklo. Chicago, :U7; Hollochor, Chicago. ;!14; J. C. Smith, Boston. 'MA; Roush, Cincinnati, :104; L. .Magoe, Cincinnati, -.Wi; S. JIagee. Cincinnati, .'i02; Chase, Cincinnati, :!01. �With tho close of tlie season less tlian three weeks away, Ty Cobb probably win not attain his ambition to reach the 400 mark. His average ot 378, however, is 28 points ahead of Burns of Philadelphia. Cobb puslied ahead ot Harry Hooper of Boston for scoring honors, bringing hl.s total to 67. The Boston veteran is three behind Tiim. George Sisler ot St. Louis broke tho tio for the command of haso stealing, his total of thirty-four giving liim one point advantage over Bobbie Roth ot Cleveland. Cobb and Chapman of Cleveland have stolen thirty Ijases eacli. Chapnmn is giving Sliean of Boston a fight for honors in sacrifice hitting, Slioun with '.:S, having a ono point lead. Wallcer ot Philadelphia went into i tio with Btthe Ruth, the'Boston star, for liomo run hitting. The I'hilndol-phian bagging Ihrfio homers withlu the last week, bringing his total ti> 11. I,,oading batters: Cobb, Detroit, UTS; Burns, Philndcl. phia, ;!r,n: Sislcr, St. Loulii, .'ll.'S;' Spcnkor, Clovclnnd, '.','M; Milan. Wnsli-Ington, UOS: Baker, Now York. 307;' Hulh, Boston, tJOli; Plpp, Now York, 301; Wood, Cleveland, 30J; Caldwell/ New York, 302. The elimination ot music from hn^ tels and restam-ants. the substllulioii of paper napkins tor linen, tho ap-I)Ucation of tho "servo self" plan to retail stores and tho elimination ot traveling salesmen are the objects ot ii new department of tlie U.S. state council ot defense just created. Hay & Feed F. 0. HYDE & CO. Cor. 2nd Ave. and 12th St. A. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE Machinery and Tractor Repairs of ALL KINDS Cylinders rebored and retltted with new pistons. Gears and grates for all popular makes ot engines. G. Kischel Lessee of the Lethbridge Iron Works. INCREASE RATIONS. I^ondon, Aug, 10.-It is offlcially reported from Berlin that the bread ration in the German capital will be increased by 100 gi-ammes (about 3 1-3 ounces weekly), according to an Exchange Telegraph dispatch from Copenhagen. The price also has been raised by 12 pfennigs. The ration now will be 1,850 eraramofl weekly us compared with 1,950 lu August of last ysiii'. _  ANNOUNCEMENT 'Overlords in Overalls' � WILL BE THE SUBJECT OF A LECTURE BY F. G. TIPPING President of the Winnipeg Trades Council In the Labor Hall, Lethbridge Oh Tues. Next, Aug. 13 Chair Will 3e Taken at Eight o'Cfock THE QUESTIONS DISCUSSED WILL BE OF VITAL IIVIPORT-........ ANCE TO LABOR. \ DO NOT FAIL TO COME!!! VACATION TIME Spend your Idle hours lu touch with nature, In mountain, valley, on hill and by stream. BOOKS OF THE RIGHT SORT portrtiy thp best In life, enveloped midst ti^o choicest spot's of eartU. The Twentieth Century Book Store is distinctly "BOOKISH" 514 FOUr'tH avenue PHONE 613 Madame Margaret is giving clairvoyant and spiritual readings daily, IncUiUlng Sundays. Homo from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. IM 5th St. S. SnIto 3, Begin Block, a02-3 STENOGRAPHERS) WANTED TO CALL AND SEE THE BYRON TYP^EWRITER CABINET Something new, CARBON HOLDER IN P^^ONT OF OPISRATOB. A place (or everything.--Letter heads, envelopes, bill heads, carbon, second sheets, etc. \ WE SUPPLY EVERYTHING FOR -IKHE OFFICE � 1 EVERALL & FI^ANKS SIInNOTT BLOCK OFFICE OUTFITTERS! cor, 4TH AVE, & 5TH 8T, S. I 14161679 4455 ;