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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOnOHEIMER PIANOS SOISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. Musical" 315 6th Street South fhens 1545 LETHBRltiGE DAILY HERALD "WANT" ADS BRING QUICK ANSWERS THESE ARE ALL EXTRA CHOICE No. 1 Beef, Veal, Chicken, Cooked Meats DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food" Board License Number The Busy Store WE ARE STILL BEING KEPT VERY SUSY UNDER OUR THE QUALITY OF OUR GOODS AND THE PRICES ARE RIGHT. BAD DEBTS AND COLLECTION COSTS HAVE BEEN DONE AWAY WITH, WHICH ENABLES TO KEEP DOWN THE PRICES CONSIDERABLY. WATCWMJR BUSINESS GROW. I WE HAVE BEEN ABLE TO SECURE ABOUT 50 CASES OF APRICOTS AT AVERY GOOD PRICE, THE LAST WE EXPECT THIS SEASON." BETTER GET A FEW OASES AT THESE PRICES. APRICOTS, 4 basket crates, while they Per crate APRICOTS, per PEACHES, per cite Per basket o NEW POTATOES, perjcwt. NEW POTATOES, for 25o RIPE TOMATOES, In peach boxes, psr box Use Penslar Easy. Foot Powder SOLD IN LARGE SIFTER CANS AT 25c THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. j Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE A FEW BLACK AND BLUEBERRIES ARRIVING DAILY, LOWEST MARKET PRICE. THE GOOD CO. LIMITED .High-Class Grocers CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER Phone 525 Have Greatly; Improved Condil- ions.Thrqughout The .District Another hoary shower last flJdeil .12 lo the raintal! of Monday, liringinj; ihe total for the day up to .93 inches, Is nearly double the nmount which has fallen in m? one ilir for nearly two During the past three weeks nearly three inches uf precipitation have heeh recorded. the ground is now Vet down past plowing depth.; The rain was general west and north anil at StaTely was accompanied bj hail, 90 per cent damage" being done on 1000 acres. This !s comparatively heap-; loss iir tills year when every aero' of good grain counts .for so much However the hail .season -has doni little damage in Southern Alberta, am pill to considered xiver in anothe CARDSTON Cardslon. Aug. 13. Cutting started of fall wheat today in this district Tleary rains have fallen during th veek. night, crops are eipecied to -vleld from 12 to 15, bushels. These will be the best. X MACLEOD Macleod, Aug. 13. The "weak end- ing -August 10: wag one of showers the last few -days at least. Prepara {iocs for .cutting grain all over the rlct, which will be general this week, nd manv surprises will be in store or those" who have "grata to cut. The ecent.rainsihave already improved he grass, arid hay crops. Several tockmen from south of.tne lines are the district looking for cattle aaches.' AUSTRIAN TROOPS TO WEST FRONT Paris, "Aug. Agen- has been compel' led to call upon Austria-Hungary for help on the western front and Auatro-Hunga'rlan troops are, ar- the Echo De Paris says today. These troops, it adds; are being sent .to quiet sectors of trie front; .ocal Agencies -Have Call More Than That Number' For RtSUME SESSIONS Ottawa. Aug: 13. Commissioner Pringle stated 'this morning that jt will be necessary to resume the taking of evidence in connection with the in- quiry inlo the cost bt newsprint, but that there will: be no public sittings before'September.': On Sunday rain fell nearly ail and 'again yesterday. The ,-f v o v v LESSARD WON'T COMMAND Halifax, N. S., Ang. .13 "There is no truth in the report that I-am to command '-the .Canadian 'Bxpeditlonary Force in said JIajor Gen- eral F. L. Lessard, officer com- manding the Sixth Military Dis- trict fq the- .Canadian Press to- day, when- informed that it was 'staled in> Ottawa that he was to. receive tho appoint- ment. Jlore than 100 "harvesters are need' ed to fill applications'for men aland- ing today on the books -.of the 'local employment concerns, .including the government agency In the-board of irade building. Very few men are ap- pearing to I'" the. jobs, and the em- ployment agents' are .'having a hard time. Where are all the men gone? one of them asked. During -the. spring there seemed to be -enough men to fill all the jobs. During the summer many of these have left, some golug back to the Slates to enlist, many go- ing to the D.C. lumber camps ani the shipyards and others to.the parts if Saskatchewan and 'Manitoba where there arc good crops. The situation this week is bad enough but next week, when harvest will be general in those districts where .fairly rood crops aretr'e'ported, jt. is eipected'the shortage reacii serious propor- tions? and it-is possible a call will ho senl oui to those'.city on .heir registration cards, declared.they were do farm work.- The farmers are very anxious, .to gel their fields cleared off so that they can get'lheir threshing done and get to work there is not a farmer in the south country who js not preparing" to seed next year-not only the land summerfallflwed newly broken this year biil'iri addition every foot of land he'had under crop this year. That area on this division will run, close.'to the acre mark is generally' peeled. Colie and Cramps During the summer season you are iu constant, danger from at- tacks 01 cramps, colic, cholera morb.us and other acute stomach aud bowel troubles. WUd, Strawberry xCompound is an effective remedy to keep on handvfor emergencies. If. needed, it is sure to save much suffering. i Price 25t and 50c I'ut a bottle? In your grip when you start on that vacation trip- "_. CITY AND DISTRICT Sailing Race. Tho Aquatic will liold a sailing race WednosJay. attcrnoon at three o'clock. Warner Warner visitors iti tlie city today aro .Oscar Berg. Chas. Egau. W. L. icmcl and G, Morton. Sailor's Relief .Fund. Tho total collected by lor the Sir Alexander Gait cliaptcr's fund for the sailors, is now Assumed Duties. Hev. H. Bosomworth, who succeeds Her. J. M. Fawce'tt as pastor of Coal- dale Method tat church, lias assumed his Oul of City. President Marnoch of the boarJ traJe '.A out of Ihe city for a few days (Q-, lurness connected with Victory Our Guarantee goes with these atorg No. 25 Champion, JS5.00 No. 30 Champiou, No. 50 Ciumpiw, No. 70 Champion, No. 90 Champion, Viking, medium size, NO-FANCY PROFIT ON THESE LINES: SEE THEM IF- YOU ARE LOOKING. FOR VALUE FOR YOUR HONEY. WE ALSO SELL CHURNS. ALL SIZES AND STYLES BOWLS, BUT- TER MOULDS, ETC. THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO., LTD. SueectseratQ Jackson Co. Telephones 555 and 1232 Sharioek Building.'- Consumers Hardware Supply Co. New Motor Truck. A new motor truck has appeared on the streets of tho city. .11 was brought in by the Motor Sales Ltd1., and is a [two-ton Dodge truck with Torbenson internal gear drive. On Holiday Trip. CViin D. MacjviuiO'li, snpcJinlennen! if thB l.ethbijdee .division ot the C. Ml. left yesterday for Vancouver anil other coast paints on holidays for a couple of weeks. Has Gypsy In Tow. Detective ot the 'A.I1 P. nied last night from" Brandon iliVler Adams, gypsy, fa loV. with fraud iu connection with an automobile purchased from G A.'-Ingram of Sundial. He Is-befog given his preliminary hearing this af- ternoon. "Worse Semce Than in Anc- jent; pays'1 ,Says Oldtimer Service, "It is expected.that 1ho iicoplo along the'CouUa branch'will also .make against Ihe new train One of the main reasons for tbe protest from line is the reversal ot the'lraln. H noiv leaves Lethbrtige- in -Ihe'morning, reaching! Cardston, at' and returntngl leaves-Cardstpa at It is claim-' cil that travcllera have not time to do their business in Cardston iu tbat time and will have to remain orers while Cards con people coining to Lcllibrlilge, will have lo remain nights 'and one day before they'are'abte'to re-" turn. "It's a worse scrvlc_e. than we had Iho days of the old A.R.'.antl said ouC'Cardston man to the Herald tbia morning. The C.P.K. claims thQ'heavynioloT traffic between Lethbrideo'aud Card' ston lias put the a ins basis ADOPT MEASURE TO t INCREASE DRAFT AGE Aug. mill tary: committee vot ed today to immediately-adopt the -administration rrian ''.power bill increasing the draft ages'frpm t8 tO .45, T 4 4 BANG! Where is there an Automo- bile owuer who baa not heard that fatal sound? to have your tires repaired. We abso- lutely guarantee OUR. VULCANIZING to outlast Why not give our a trial? Lethbridge Tire Repair Station ;p. 8. McKInnon, Proprietor OPPOSITE BANK oV- MONTREAL 305 Sfrfh Street S.-. Phone 495 "SERVICE THAT SATISFIES" i We Handie Ail Standard tires ami Tubes. Boy First Class Repaired up. "iVinnines, Aug. .The mar- kets continue feature! ess "and iinln- toresling. The offerings .arer light and the business small. Gala closed half a ceijUower for_ Oc- tober and 3-lc lower for De'cetnbeV. 3 closed fire cents higher" tor ctoher and 3 cents hlgaer (or Novem- ir. Winnipeg Open. Close. flober S3K ecember We ctohei 413 :ovember 411 Cash Prices io. 2 C.W... M Xo. 3 C.W.. Extra No. 1 (eert o. 1 S. W. C. So. 2 C. W '....'i.' '..423 If it's Electrical we Have It .AND OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT, OUR WORKMEN UO RELIABLE AND HIGH GRADE WORK. WE CARRY A PULL LINE OF FIX- TURES FOR 3TORE, OFFICE AND HOME. The Star Electric dp. FIFTH STREET SOUTH E. LEICEdTER 7814 411 87 87' 'Lei your camera, perpetuate the" good times "jou_ have this summer the farm. Opportunities, for good- pic-. lures are always' at hand, and 'films, papers sup- plies can be had promptly from this store. 'WE 'DO "EXPERT" DEVELOP- ING, PRINTING, ENLARGING, IB. Limked tnti Phones 1515 and 323 For Red Cross. ,Tiie hon. trcas. IXeJ Cross 5ocicl> acVinowleilges' ivith thanks donaUon of {3K-10 per lira. Muritlay Hooko, Warner Refi Cross society, proceeds of ball ganie "Masons vs. played at Warner. Several players Trom the Lilly view, and Poweir school diEtrict look part in-the game; Ladies' Aid, Iron Springs, iier .Mrs. Gordon. Tribunal Results The following cases were tbe military tribunal at Calgary: Al-' lowed until NTov. Ilyama, Jla- grath; H. Meyer, Seven Persons; 0. E. Fretman. Lethbridge; K. J, Tay- or, Lethbridgc; S. McPaul, Gran- urn; W. S. Murray, Leihbridge; 0, H. Simmons, Grannm; H. J.-Mansion, Lomond; J. Dbn- aldaon, W. K. Turner, Bur- dell. WOMEN FOR RAILWAYS Washington, Aug. ol women will be drawn inl6' railroad employment within nest few nonlhs to take Displace of men 'en-1 tertng the army and going to" otheV in- dustries, according to plans formulated by Ibe railroad admlnfs- tratton.. Women be, employed extensively as clerks in'rallwar offices, an expert accountants, ticket station, agenU, crossing car cleaners, and to some extent, as track laborers. NEW BONO.1SSUE STARTED THIRTY YEARS AGO AND Still Setting Good Meats UEUIOLIVERI High Grade American R. Coiiltry Phone 492 Atbertj Mtrt Market. Canada Food Board Llccnso Jiumuor 1'riends in the city have received word that Lieut. F. G. the Snd Norlhumberland Fusiliers. 13 now a prisoner.of war 13 Meut. Oliver Is well known In the ctty, havirtg been a member of the firm of Carvtr and Oliver, architects. Ho played football hero with ttio Gal- lics nnd Is a brother of. Plo; Win. Oil vcr of the 13tli Was killed inaction In France. Toronto, Aug. directors of the Hfordan Pulp and Paper Company, are Informing the shareholders that it Is Ihelr intention to fa'afce a new issue of bonds to the extent of 000. MESIflBECUI AviATORS BILLED. Pcnsacola, Kle., Aug. avi- ators attached to the Iralnjng school hero were killed late yesterday In, a collision of their .planes above the Clouds. U. S. CASUALTIES Washington. Aug. United Slates list Issued loJay showed a total of 'ninety .natacs in killed, wounded and missing. ARLOW'S EAT ARfcET Phoneme V 10 Sixth AteniwS. You're at Sanitarr Sjwp Monlical. Aug. he bclldv 6u that many already were planning to cut down wages afler (he war and that worXers'.should begin to adjust themselves now to meet after the war conditions was staled by Oeo. U' Berry, general of Iho In- ternational Printing ricasmeo and Assistants Untoo and Labor Commit slpper to.France As president of the International union stated that Ibe would flehl.lo the Wtter end any such At- lempt on the parl of Ihe'feniploj'o'rs NOWHEnB In anv ualk ot life li con fidcnce' more essential than in the profession of dentistry, That' (act that we maintain in this pro- vince the largest practise of any dentist or dentists, treating ten riitlents to the. other dcntlBlB one, Is a mark of ..public confidence which speaks for Itself. Only Ijj; strict obaervanco-of high principles, libncsti' ot 'purpose In "teTalton tpjthe nctual and 'proper rcciulrcraenVof ticnt do we'cbntinue'lo hold this public confidence! Dentistry. OB wo praclise it Is a serious profession. Wy all thosft whorh wp'have treated it is 'also conceded Denliitry As We Practie It Is a Gentle Art Drs. Broner, Richards Nelson High Grade American Dentistry Oti Blk., 4 Doors from Lelhbridge Hotel, Lethbridte LtTHBRIOOE, ALBERTA CALGARY 115A EIGHTH E EDMONTON 3 CRIST ALL BLOCK. Hay Feed F. 0. HYDE CO, Cor. 2nd Are. and 12th St. A. RHONEM244 LETHBRIOGE a work. BR01 Oppoalte Bank i- lierry aald lhat man lo hamjinr a war defeat mill tarlim, shouH t) Ml Grand Dance TO BE HELD IN K. of P. HALL 13 Friday 16 GOOD ORCHESTRA Dancing from 9.00 to 2.00 VACATION TIME yotor.'idte liour'sjn touch with nature, In mountain; Tailor, on hill and by slrcam. BOOKS OF THE RIGHT SORT norlray the besl In life, enveloped mjrist Ofe ctfolctst of earth 'The Twentieth Century Bookstore IS OlSTfriCTLY v 514 FOURTH AVENUE' PHONE STENOGRAPHERS WANTED TO (ALL AND SEE THE BYRON TYPEWRITER CABINET Something new. CARBON HOLDER IN' FRONT OF OPERATOR. A pises' for Letter heids, envelopes, bill hoadB.'carboii, second sheetB.'.etc. WE SUPPLY EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE EVERALL FRANKS OFFICE OUTFITTERS SINNOTT BLOCK COR, 4TH AVE. JT.H ST. B. ;