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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta � / NOnOHCIMCR PIANOS KDISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOtA MUSIC CO.. ltd. "Everything Mutlcal" 315 6th Street South Phone 1545 "WANT" ADS BRING QUICK ANSWERS In Fresh this Morning No. 1 BEEF THIS IS VERY FINE-TRY SOME TOMORROW DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food Board License Number 9-^2684 Kodak your Vacation NO MATTER HOW MUCH YOUR .VACATION IS ENJOYED 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. next DALLAS hotel Store phons 14M\Vr\ revolvers today follovi/Ing a quarrel over a game of cards resulted, in the death of both participants. The dead are Salvatore AnatacIa and s James Riggi, AnatacIa kept a saloon and boarding house. No one saw the two men from the time they left the saloon to settle their disputes with revolvers until their bodies were found. SI i Don't Forget JHat you can get your worn suits; also ladies* clothes of every description; cleaned arid press- ^ ed and made to............ LOOK LIKE NEW at the Lethbridge Laundry Co.'8 Dry :: Cleaning Plant:: It is the only up-to-date C|ry Cleaning POWER PLANT in Alberta, south of Calgary. Phone 451 C. S. FAgROW, Managei London, Aug. 12.-The Canadian Associated Press has received the authentic details of the bombing ot a large Canadian stationary ship last week. Pour bombs exploded in the garden fifty yards from the administrative building. Almost every pane of glass was broken' by shrapnel. The commanding officer iwas the only casualty. He was thrown by the concussion, from his chair and broke a rib. ^^^^en the alarm was given all members of the staff went quietly to their posts. The patients, of whom many were perfectly helpless, showed complete coolness. This is the fourth time bombs have been dropped in the neighborhood of this ship which was the first one to arrive in France from Canada in 1914. Following the latest raid a dance was held at the hospital next evening. Lord Bsdtimore Pound Packages with Envelopes to-match. 65c ID.Higiibotkan&Co - Liaited - Alberta's ^lamtP OraattMi^ Wheksal* aRd RaUll Chamlsli Phones 1S15 and 322 Can't Keep It Busy Jtayor Hardie told the Herald at the council meeting this morning that there was not enough work now to keep the garbage truck busy. He considers that the purchase has been justified. There was little done at the meeting. The water meter rate was amended for the second time, and as it now stands-shows a general increase ot over 20 per cent, or about the same ratio of increase as .was put into effect on the flat rates. WON'T RECEIVE HIM. pekin, Aug, 12.-The Chinese government has declined to receive ,Monslgnor Petrelll, recently appointed papal nuncio to China, on the ground that he Is a personal friend of Adtniral Von Horti, German secretary of foreign affairs and late minister to China. STARTED THIRTY YEARS ago AND Still SeUing Good Meats R. Coultry Phone 492 The Alberta,Maat Markit Canada Food Board License Number 8-28693, ARLOW'S EAT ARKET Phone 796 1110 Sixth Avanua You're Shop Sure you're safe and ot good work. WE8TBR00K Oppoilte Bank of Mal, Ottawa. Aug. 12.--A telegram from V. StotansBon, the Canadian Arctic explorer, who has for some time been detained at Fort Yukon, Alaska, through sickness has been received at the naval department. The telegram deals chiefly with the work which Is being _done by Sterkerson, Stefansson's lieutenant, who stavtort northward across the ice, at the head ot a party, about the end of last March. Stetansson goes on to state that, if the report received is accurate, the party has penetrated seventy-five miles beyond the point reached by previous explorers and proved that Keenan Land is not located at the point given on the maps ot the American Geogrophical Society. TREE'S BLOCK ROADS. London, Aug. 12,-ReuteVs correspondent on the French front under date of Sunday attributes the slower rate of progress on Saturday than on the first two days less to the resistance of the . enemy than to the fact that the roads ow�r which-tha-�lJ,l�8..niust advance are ao encumbered "with abandoned material and treea, which the eneniy felled In great numbers across the roads', that the progress of the cavalry and Infantry has been Impeded. Hay & Feed F.O.HYDE&CO. Cor. 2nd Ave. and 12th St. A. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE Machinery and Tractor Repairs OF ALL KINDS Cylinders rebored and refitted with now pistons. Gears and grates for all popular makes of engines. G. Kischel Lessee of the Lethbridge Iron Works. i Sir John Wlllison Coming ^ Word has been received by President Marnoch ot Ihe Board ot Trade that SIi- John Wlllison, president ot the Canadian Industrial Reconstruction association, accompanied by W. J. Bulman, of Winnipeg, president ot the Canadian Manufacturers' association, will bo in the city on September 16, and arrangements are being' made to entertain the Toronto journalist and have him address a meeting ot the business men on his visit. J. C, Walters Coming Lethbridge trades unionists will this week have an opportunity to hear bwo ot the outstanding labor men ot Canada speak. On Tuesday night at the Trades and Labor Temple, F. O. Tipping, president of the Winnipeg Trades Council will speak, while word has Just been received that President J. C. Walters of the Trades and Labor Congress of Canada will be in the city on Friday on his way home from the convention of the Western Federation of Mjners at Denver and has consented to speak. The place and the subject will be announced later. ARE mi ACM London, Aug. 12.-Writing of the stiffening Gorman defense, tbo correspondent of the Dally Mall on the British front, in a raessaBe filed Sunday, says that the shell fire from the enemy Is increasing, its effect being noted even In 9om9 many miles behind the front, and he declares that the action ot the Garmana in eettlng depots and ammunition dUmtta ablaze, does not mean the'wJplng out of their means ot resistance, Oermun aircraft are swarming -J>varbead and 260 of their raachlnei{Jari|B8ld^to j|ave been counted on Sa^uwy-'T'^nol have come up atao and it was reported thrit two German tanks had appeared behind the lines at Quesnoy. The approaches to Royo are being beavUy Iheld by the eiiem;;. . Amsterdam, Aug. 12.-Clamoring tor an inquiry Into "this reverse" the Welser Zeitung of Bremen, dealing with the recent allied offensive on the Somme front, says that to maintain the story that tho German army was surprised by the enemy drive is an inauttlclent explanation inasmuch as it had been officially stated that the attack was expected and Iho German linos to tho west ot Mont Didlcr wore accordingly withdrawn. The Cologne Yolks Zeituug advises the people to keep their spirits up, indicating that there was deprosslou In that city. --5-- COMMANDER SUB. FORMER AMERICAN Gloucester, Mass., Aug. 12,- Fishermen claim to have identified the commander of a German submarine which hae been sinking flahlng boats off' the Atlantic Coaat as a skilled navigator for-marly |)) the United States fishery aervlce. Two man from different aehoonera that were aunk have raGogniied a former acquaintance vtjho had changed little except that ha'had grown a beard since they last �aw him. 'Overlords in Overalls' WILL BE THE SUBJECT OF A LECTURE BY ir; I7> F. G. TIPPING ; ; . President of the Winnipeg Trades Council In the Labor Hall, Lethbridge TOMORROW, MS. EVENING Chair Will Be Taken at Eight o'clock ' I ' "" �� THE QUESTIONS DISCUSSED WILL BE OF VITAL IMPORT* ANCE TO LABOR. ' DO NOT FAIL Tb GdMEil! VACATION TIME Speiid your Idle hours in touch with nature, in mountain, valley, on hill and by stream. BOOKS OF THE WJaHT SORT portray tbo best in llfo,- enveloped mld|t'tlie'choicest spots of earth. The Twentieth Century Book Store IS DISTINCTLr "BbOKIBH" 514 FOURTH AVENUE ' PHONE 613 � , , /� STENOGRAPHERS WANTED TO CALL AND SEE THE BYRON TYPEWRITER CABINET Something now. CARBON HOLDEH IN FRONT OF OPERATOR. A place for everything,-Letter heads, envelopes, bill heads, carbon, second sheets, etc. WE SUPPLY EVERYTHING FOR THE OFflCE EVERALL & FRANKS ' OFFICE OUTFITTERS 8INN0TT BLOCK COR, 4TH AV^. & 6TH ST, S. ;