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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, AUGUST 12, 1018 T11K LKTlimilDGK DAn.V HF.RALD PACK F1VU HAIG HAS THE lie oUke X .aWKefiK rttn HenflF I UW-J U II TUESDAY'S GROCERY SPECIALS Castile Toilet Soap. Regular 5 bars, 25c. Special, Fruit Jar Rings, quart and pint size. Regular 10c. 7 bars 25c dozen. Special, 3 do: Bottles Malt and White Vinegar. Regular 30c. Special, quart bottle 23c Vermlcella, fine for puddings. Regular 15c. Spe- cial, 2 pKia................................. 24i Montserrat Lime Juice, pint size. Regular 55c. Special, bottle....................... 20o Green Apples, very fine lor pies. Regular 2 IDS. 25c. Special, zyz ibs.........................24e Nabob Tea, special blend. Demonstration Special, New. Potatow, Special, 5Ja Ibs..................25c Good Cooking Onions. Special, Ifas..........25c Finest Jelly Powders, Special, 3 pkts.......... 2So CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBERS, 8-29902, 5-251. Deliveriei Every Hour Phone 313 ilinistcr of Labor Makes phatic Declaration In Calgary. Em- Calgarv, A us- say emphatic- ,11y that Mic recent strike ol poatal mployes was not justified." ''There arc thousands of men In ither industries throughout the coun- ry getting less than the men wording n the postal "I do not believe in compulsory methods as a means of solving the abor problem. The use of force, it. ecms to me, would he Jumping out it the frying pan into the fire." "Capital is just as essential to Ian- _ir as labor is to capital. One could not get along without the other. Is it o very wrong1 then, that labor should nsist upon liavlug something to say ibout the These are n few of the uiitstandfnp .-emarfcs ol Hon. T. CroUiera, min- ster uf labor, in an address before he Board of Trade at a noon lunchepn icrc on Monday. Winnipeg, Aug. shopmen throughout Canada are in favor of acceptinfl the Me- Adoo award and demand that a general strikt be called of all railway mechanics innpediately, according to union officials. Ths result of a strike vote for the tire west was expected to be made known this evening after the ballots have been tabulated. This has nothing to do 'vith the ''running trades" which havs reed to submit all differences m future to n pint board which lias been organized. El Paso, Texas, Aug. ty-six passengers and forty sold- iers of the train guard of fifty men were killed antt seventy sold- iers and civilians wounded when the north bound train on the Mex-" ican Central held up at Consuelo, Chihuahua, fifty miles south of Chihuahua Cily Saturday, according to word received here, early today. The bandits were- Villa followers. The dead were stripped of their clothing and valuables. 'A .military train carrying a strcr-3 of soldiers was rush- ed to the scene. Witli Ihc American Army on Iho 'esle Front, Sunday, Aug. Associated general survey if conditions along tho SoIssotiS' thcims Zront indicates' imriroba- illlty of any .Intinedinte radical iliango there. Tlio Gcrmnns have sla- itHzcil their line between the Vcsle. nrt Hie Aisno and the French and continuo. their present re- connaissance ivork which may-or ma> not dovolop into, a general action. Agents Say AT THEOKPHEUM For three days only commencing1'' tomorrow Miss Marie Lambert lead- Ing lady for the Pan-American Fea- ture Company, will appear person- ally and give a sliort talk to the press theatre patrons before the pre- sentation of "A Modern "Eden." the big Mafic in Canada feature in which she stars, Londou, Aug. the smu'n of ho battlft fruiit, the Trench havo not ;cl tlie crest of Lussisny las 5 if, possession or vrhich wouUl nut he Germans In tlm north anil in the south In an uncomfortable pocket. Frencli Keep On. With the Fn.nch Army in F.-i.ice, Vug. (MoriuDgO the Germans have ueeu reinforced with b'oth artillery and infantry "and are "resisting iiiore strongly between the Ayre and the CiEC, their fresh divisions -heeh unable toistop the arlvanclng' French o havo so firm a" ho'ld'on Thtes- rniut Plateau, South of Rpye, north- .VPit of Noyo.i tin posl- 113 that 'j'.n.m-inil the road? leading fro-n iloya at-d RlbeDiurt lo- Xoyon over which the can nvthrtraw life arilltery. AT THE EMPRESS OUR newspaper cslra edition that turned tlie town fnsidt out, drove the criminal class into a wild panic anil upset all political calculations, is the basts of a corRlnfi drama in pictures starriug Mary Miles American-Mutual production of ex- traordinary attractiveness at tho Empress. Miss M inter ts cast as Sylvia Grant r. the daughter of a newspaper editor whose life has been made a-misery byf the- activities of Jan-is M'Vey. a big league grafter of the rapid "transit combination. Burton Uranl, tlie edi- to delegate authority to his editor tn chief, hut .to camou- flage Ms latent, sends his daughter, a Hryn Main- girl, (o sign and de- liver the power of attorney. Sylvia determines to sign the paper in her own name. She assrtimes edi- torial authority and by the boldness of her policies cleans up the- town. It is tin" exciting Inside view of neivspa> per life with a rich comedy vein. Included in the cast are Alan For- rest as leading man, Clarence Burton as the chief grafter, Lucille Ward, ia Kluge antl Harvey Clark, Ottawa, Aug. railroad board in n Judgment issucil today refuses tho application of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers for an order di- recting the railways "to 'crjafii all switch. and transfer engines with wedge tanks low enough for engine men to" see over, and'with a head- light at the rear. The board finds that the present time, when the re- sources of railway, companies are be- ing taxed to the utmost by war neces- sities, and material and'labor are so difficult and expensive to maintain, Is Inopportune to placo "any such bur den upon the railway companies.' Apart from the Question or expense the hoard declares that n case for the of der for has not been maOo out WAP SHOWINQ OF PREftENJ FIGHTING. OF FIRST PHASE With the Drilish-Array In France, Aug. as can he learned iho hallle hno from tiorlh to south runs today near Mericourt, rrovail, Rainscourr and Litions, which appar- ently Is finally secure in British hands adcr Wltcr lighting; weal to Chaulnes, through or near Cliiliyi which :haa 'changed hands twice, then through-ParvellerS, Dam- cry and Echy, Annancourt, Uancourt, Ponlngccpurt, Hoyc-Snr- Malz, Morciill, Samson and Antoval, striking Iho old line near Hibecoiirl. The halt'.e appears to be approach- Ing the .end of.the first phase, with the-tines hardening on the 'frontj sncafclng generally, that tho permnns held when, they retired to the Hlnden- burg line. It true, that slight ad- vances are being marie there along Ihe local, hattles, brought on by enemy counter attacks nave been and are being fought. Tho allied forces, however, having gained A' great success, seem to he pausing at least (or ihe moment. assistance that has been ren- dered by the Americans In this light- frig has been tieTcrthcless Important, for they raptured and held strongly defended hy tho enemy at one of thft moat (tlfliciiJt .points In tho lino at time when the Gortnan resistance liefo was thrMiening lo hold up the JeiV flank o( tho ndvanccj DISTILLED mm Delivered to any part of the city. LETHBK1DGE BREWERY AT STARLAND lu her newest (Joldwyn photoplay Mabel Nornuind fa practically the only feminine member ot Hie cast. "Hack Lo iho which conies to tho Starland beginning Monday, depends .on. the star more than" ib ustiaKy caye when an important screen play often enllate as many as are found In Broadway production. The sprightly .Mabel, however, susr tains the burden of the comedy-drama on her shapely, shoulders, aidedj of course, by'such players as Herbert Kawlinson, her leading man. Never before has she been Hie only feminine member 'ot a cast, and she-, horoughiy eujoj-a the novelty ORPHEUM THREE DAYS STARTING WEDNESDAY Miss Marie Lambert. Leading Lady of Pan-American Film Co. Will Appear in Person at This Theatre Daily at and 10 o'clock and Give on the Production11 of Motion Pic- TONIGHT AND TOMORROW MABEL NORMAND IN "BACK TO THE WOODS' A Goldwyn Future ALSO A'GOO.O COMEDY REGULAR MJIft .Miultr EMPRESQ TODAY AND TOMORROW BEAUTIFUL, BEWITCHINQ Mary Miles Minter In Her, Latest Feature "Powers That Prey0 Also karold Moyd in Scrrarn; Also I-alfst Cnrrcn ;