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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOnOHEIMCR PIANOS SO1SON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIB04A MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Musical" SIS 6th Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE VAIM HERALD "WANT" ADS BRING QUICK ANSWERS In Fresh this Morning No. 1 BEEF THIS IS VERY SOME TOMORROW DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel phone 452 Canada Food Board License Number Kodak your Vacation NO MATTER HOW MUCH YOUR.VACATION IS ENJOYED IT IS SOON FORGOTTEN UNLESS YOUR KODAK SERVES AS A MEM- ORY JOGGER. KEEP A PICTURE STORY OF THE BRIGHT OF. LIFE, .TO CHEER W THE HOURS THAT NEEO CHECRINC. THE KENNY ALLIN PHONE 1W7 IIESION NMtlYCARD .Vigorous protests against the pro- 'jfpsed new passenger train schedule Tshlch goes into effect on August IS were- expressed at a largely attendee special meeting of the Board of Trade 11.30 'this, forenoon. At the r fttme time many optimistic remarks about tba -splendid growth tea props 'during the past month, and it was felt the Lelh bridge railway division would produce much more than first th.at Business throughout the (district sun-minding Lethbridge would j continue good. Ir it was also pointed out that the pro posed new service is very much less than .was granted in the bad year of [1910 when there were far less people la the country L t Send Message. a result: ot the protests voiced it.was moved by John Home and sec ended by W. J. Armstrong that the following message Tie sent to Vice Pres. Grant Hall at Winnipeg arid al 3.0' to the Board of Railway Commia Board of Trade, under standing drastic changes passenge, schedules tins district under contem p.'ation for August ISth desires, unless similar sever? reductions general'. contemplated Canadian 'railway a en cottrafiing. la; any case date propose.! for changes'must he reconsidered he such gross Interruptions to pa> sflnjer, nail services do ing harvesting will cause ser fous disturbance to bua.ceas Our pie is, that services Macleod, Cardsto Coutts" divisions should be malntaine ;flt Iwt tlU harvesting is over, matter ot redaction shoalft the Grand Dance 'tO BE HELD IN K.WP. HALL "tvubytt Friday IS COOD ORCHESTRA to 2.OO be considered by railway, business and larmiEg Interests iu ot ac- tual resnHs ot harvesting. O. R. MARNOCH. '_ President. Those present' were: pair- Held. JJaguire, McCrcaay, Good, Shaw, Joodmas. Simpson, Hedley. Shepherd, Ronertson. -Mcltshzie. Smith, Home. Bawdec. Bmita, "ilorne, SchTeifer. De Guerre, Hay, Herron, Me- -eo'J, Jack; Woodward, Nelson, Klni. Elton, W, D. Johnston, Sehl, Greec, J. Pile, Luud, Nicholson. Bringing Down the Cost of Living IS QUITE A PROBUM THESE BAYS WHEN EVERYTHING SEEMS TO BE ADVANCING IK PRICE, VET WE HAVE PROVED TO A VERY GREAT NUMBER OF PEOPLE THAT WE HAVE ACCOM- PLISHED WONDERS WITH OUR NEW CASK SYSTEM. WHEN YOU CONSIDER THAT OUR EXPENSEVHAVE BEEN REDUCED WHJLE OUR TURNOVER HAS INCREASED, YOU CAN QUITE RAPIDLY UNDERSTAND HAVE BEEN ABLE TO RE- DUCE OUR PRICES. EVENTUALLY TO DEAL HERE. TRY IT AND SEE THE SAVINC YOU CAN MAKE. GET ONE Of OUR AUGUST CATALOGUES. THEY ARE.HERE FOR THE'ASKING. WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW. THE GOOD CO. LIMITED High-Claw Cash Grocers CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER Phone 525 Chautauqua Programme MONDAY. Vesper, Services. Prelude.....H'arirlrfv Male, Quarlet Patriotic Lecture. the Wood Briess of the Teias N'atioml Guard, TUESDAV.; xGocse Chautauqua. .Trio Century of Getting Salem P. Bland Dominion Delegate to Internation- al Conference at Washington. Trio Lecture...........Edward F. Trefz Member U.S. Fooa Administration. FOR Lift Aug. to the shifting of the Gennaa'diplomatic fo in Zeltung o! Berhn, The removal of German em- Winnipeg, Aug. .demand continues brisk for all from both the west 'and demand from the "weal is caused by the feed shortage'and tbc Reported damage.to coarse grains from frost in the northern districts, ol Saskat- chewan and Oats closed one cent Mgher, for. October cents higher tor'De- cember. Flax one cent higher Cor Oc- tober and cents higher.for Ko- v'enlber. WINNIPEG Close. October December -TB'ji October -US Xovember jassy froal Xloaco'n to sheds V seriousness of the il situation on our western Hellfencti Jeft be- 'ore staff "because feared for hts life. of things he found In be best judged frcm the] fact that the Soviet government of its accord; relieved him'of the duty of paying the C'lstomary official viait! on his arrival to deliver his creden- tials The newspaper plainUrely adds 'Moscow Is in the hands Gerinan elements and-the followers ol the Hevolutlonisis of the letL "show that the Bolshevik! rule at.Moscow is.'at an end and this is.the case not only at Moscow hut in the greater "part'ol Russia, if not in the. KiJEsian empire. This throws a vivid light on the. future of pollc> In the east CASH PRICES. Xo, -No. 3 1 Xo. 1 Feed, Feei' hel Xo. 3 C. FiaX_ No.-l No: 2 C. -W. .......423 iliS Colic and Cramps During the summer season rou are In constant danger from at- tacks of cramps, colic, cholera morbus and other acute stomach and bowel troubles. Wild Strawberry Compound Is an erfecliTe remedy to keep on .hand .'for. emergencies., If needed, it Is fare to save much suffering, Prke and 50c Put a bottle in your grip vthea you start on that vacation' trip. THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO., LTD. Sueeetsara to Jackion Co. Teltphonu 555 1232 Bultdlno CITY AND DISTRICT Return from Toronto President Longvrorlh anil Secretary JIaflalson of the O. W. V. A. returned Saturday from attending the eonven- lion of the association at Toronto. Ho015 Lodge Attends Service! The Loyal Order ol Jtoose, local attended dfvins services at St. -Mary's church, North LelhbrUfce, last night, about 40 strong. Hcv. A.'E. SDOW preached a spleudid seruion'on the subject f Loyal Order of Moose Lethbridge Lodge, No. 732, meets on Tuesday night, August 13tli, HIS, at Moose Hill, Hlginbotham block, .2ml Avenue South at S p.m. Members Please note.' Visiting Brothers- wel- come. Pte Wounded Pte. J. C! Fercns, who ealisted with the Lethbridge Kilties is listed in the telegraphic list today as having blen founded. J. H. Darnell, reported as gassed tne other day, also appears in the list. Brings Him Back Detective Egan of the A.P.P.. re- turned Salurd ay Trom Kallspel; Mont, where he went to bring back Charlli. Matthews wanted .-for horse stealing and jail breaking. .will bet- their- jtltputes iwith revolvers uirtfi.their oodles were found. Ppn't Forget .That you can get your worn suits; also ladies' clothes of every description; cleaned and.press-. v cd and made to LOOK LIKE NEW at the Lethbridge Laundry Co.'s Dry z Cleaning Plant y It is the only up-to-date pry Cleaning POWER PLANT in Alberta, south of Calgary. PfcMe451 i London, Canadian As- sociated 'Press has received the au- thenttc details of the .bombing of a large Canadian aUi.onairy last weeli. Four homba exploded ;in the Karden fitly yards'from theiadmlhlE- trallre building. Almost every'pane ot glass" was .brqken'by shrapnel. The commanding oiricer .was ihe oniy Odo- yaUy, He was thrown-by the sion, trom chair and ft. rib, the alarm was given all mem- bers of the staff went quietly to their posts. The ot whorri "many j were, perfectly helpless rhowed com- plete coolness. This is'the fouriJi tfmo bombs have been -dropped- In ne.ghborhotxl ol this ship whtcb :waa the first one lo arrive in rrarice from Canada .n 1S14. latest raid a danca was held at Ihe.hospital next crenfag. WON'T RECEIVE HIM. .pekl.n, Aug. Chlneje government has declined to- re- ceive recent- ly appointed papal nuncio to ChTna, on ground that he If a personal friend at Adrrlril Von Hcrtl, German aetretary. eign and fo Lord Baltimore Pound Packages with Envelopes 'tofmatch. 65c Phones ISIS.and 322 'Vititt Farm Er C L Gritmaa who purchased a large ranch south of Grassy Lake last erring is in the city from Moscow, Idaho. He.went north.today to visll his at Champion and will Tisll his.new Griassy Lak% property before riiurnlng. squti. A-flowing well was recently brought In on his Grassy farm.. Can't Keep It Biiiy Jfayor Hardieitold the Herald at the council meeting this morning- thai lere was not enough work now to eep the garbage truck busy. cpn- ifleri that the purchase bis been ustifled. There, was little done at the .eeting. The -meter rate was mended for the second as t now stands-shows a general Increase f over 20 per cent, or about the arae ratio of Increase as'.waa put in a effect on the flat rales. Sir "John Willison Coming V Word has been received by Presi- dent. Marnoch of ihe Board of Trade hat Sir John .president ot he Canadian Industrial neconstnic- lon association, accompanied uy J. lulman, of 'Winnipeg, the Canadian Ma'nufacturers' association, vill bo In the city on September 'ind'arrangements are being'made to Entertain the Toronto journalist: and lave" him address a'meeting of the business men on his visit. M ARLOW'S EAT ARKET 1110 Sixth 8, STARTED THIRTY AGO-AND Good Meats R. Coultry Phone 492 The Canada Food Board License Number London, Auj. of stiffening German' defense, .the .Cor respondent of the Daily Mall on th British front, In filed Sun says that siell (Ire from th enemy Is Increasing, effect being noted even In some many mile behind the front, kmt lie lha the Seller, of the (WrnUni In tettlnf and ammunition dilrnjn does not moan tnefvljitaf ont 6< the! means of resfjtiAce. swarmltig 2W .6 Ih6lr mich Ine to Iwen conntec) on Sa'fcriljr. 'TrfenS; jkp nave come up'afcp It that (wo Ocrman fanJin-had apfieiire< hehlml lha Hnea 4t an projches to flovd are 'belnt he (field by tho Our Guarantee goes with these.. Separators No. 25 Cbampwn, No. 30 Chunpien, No. SO Champion, No. 70 Champion, ,.r....... No. 90 Champion, Viking, medinm NO FANCY PROFIT ON THESE LINES. '.BEE THEM IF YOU ARE -'LOOKING FOR VALUE I FOR YOUR MONEY. WE I 'ALSO SELL I ALL SIZtS AND STYLES I I TER MOULDS, ETC. Consumers Hardware Supply Co. V. Ottawa, Aiig. telegram from r Slcfan'sson, Arctic, who has for some time been' detained at Fort, "Yukon, .Alaska, through sickness has been received at the naval department. The l.e.e- gram deals chiefly with the work which Is being _dohe by Sterkersdn, SteTansson'a Heute'nant, who slartcd nortb-ward across the.ice, at tho-head ol a about the eofl ot last Stefansson goea on to. state that, if the'report received Is, accur- ate, the party- has penetrated sevenly- five mites beyond the point reached by previous explorers and proved that Keenan Land Is not located at the point', given on the'maps.pt the Am- erican Geogropb leal Society. 2 TREE'S BLOCK ROADS. London, Aug. cor- reapcndant oh the French: front under date.or Sunday attributes the slower rale, of progMii on -Saturday than, on the first two' days less to the resistance of the enemy than to ths fact that the roads oytr whl, advance are to'encumbered with abandoned "ind tret's, which the enemy felled In great v numbers across': the: that the proflress 'cavalry and infantry has been -Impedirf.' Hay Feed F. 0. HYDE CO. Cor. 2nd Ave. and 32lh'St A. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE Machinery and Tractor Repairs OF; ALL KINDS Cylinders rebored and refitted iTltb, new s Geate tor all popular makes o! engine a, G.Kischel Leuee of the Uethbrldge-Iron J. C. unionists "will .his week Save an opnortuntly to hear of the outstanding labor men ot speak. On at ihe Trades and Labor Temple, F.. G. Tlpplrig, president of Ihe Winnipeg Trades Council will speak, while word has just been received that President J. C1.. Walters of the Trades and Labor of Canada will bo In .the d'.y on Friday on. his vay home from the convention of the Federation of MjnerB at Denver and has consented to, speak. Tne place and the subjec' be announced later.p Amsterdam, Aug. tor an Inquiry into rcvorse" the wc.ser KeKung o( Bremco, dealing with Ihe recent n.lled offensive on tha Somme Iront, says that to main lain IbR ilory that Iho Ueniinn army was fliirjulsed the cwmy drive ia an Insufficient explanation Inasmuch na Jt had been pfftclal.y. slated thai tho attack was the German llnaa to Uie west o! Mont IJidlcr w Accordingly withdrawn. The Cologne Volka Xeltung the people to their spirits up fndfcalfng that Iher? was deprcESlo in 1hat city. COMMANDER SUB. FORMER AMERICAN 'Overlords in Overalls' WILL BE THE SUBJECT OF A LECTURE BY" FVaTIPPING !_: the Winnipeg Trades Council i In the Labor Hall, Lethbridge TOMORROW, TUES. EKEIIIIG Chair Will Bt Taken at Eloht o'clock i ,THE QUESTIONS DISCUSSED WILUV'BE OFWITAt IMPO'RT. ANCE TO LABOR. DQ NOT FAIL TO VACATION TIME Spend your Idle In touch with nalure.Jn mouctalD, yalley, on hfll and by stream. j BOOKS OF THE RIGHT SORT portray the beat In enveloped mhltt tie cnofccgt of earllj The twentieth Century Bookstore IS DISTINCTLYv "BOOKISH" 514 FOURTH AVENUE V PHONK 613 Flftht rmen to hive Identified the eammlnder of j German tub- mirlne which hin been striking flthlng boits off' the Atlantic CoMt iklllcd nivTgitJr for- jriifiy United fiihery Two mtn from dlffertnt that tiink have -'MCof nixed former xcquatnlitnce tieept jrowii'a besrd ilrce they t STENOGRAPHERS; WANTED TO CALL AND SEE THE BYRON TYPEWRITER CABINET Somsltilng new. CARF10N HOtDER IM PEONT Qr OPERATOH A for hods, envelopes, bill Wads, carbon! second ehecla, 4UPPLY EVERYTHINS FOR THE OFflCfe. EVER ALL FRANKS SINNOTT 9LOOK OFFICE OUTFITTERS COJl. 4TH 5TH ST, I, ;