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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOaOHEIMER PIANOS KDtSON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. "Everything Musical" 315 6th Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALDI "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 9-2864 /-^-'--T---X The Busy Store WE ARE STILL BEING KEPT VERY BU8V UNDER OUR NEW. SYSTEM. THE QUALITY OF OUR V GOODS AND THE PRICES ARE RIGHT. BAD DEBTS AND COLLECTION COSTS HAVE BEEN DONE AWAY WITH, WHICH ENABLES TO KEEP DOWN THE PRICES CONSIDERABLY. WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW. WE HAVE BEEN ABLE TO SECURE ABOUT 50 CASES OF APRICOTS At A VERY GOOO^^PRICE, THE LAST WE EXPECT THIS �EAS0N. BETTER GET A FEW CASES AT THESE PRICES. Use Penslar Tread Easy Foot Powder DuvinE the fuinmer months you will he walking more thau ever, and if vou will shake a small quantity of PonalBr Tread Easy In your Kiioes oaoh step will bp one ot eass\nge8 from the tollowlng , well known manutacttirers: McCLARY'S ................ LONDON, ONT. MOFFAT STOVE CO......... WESTON, ONT. CLARK JEWEL CO. ....... CHICAGO, ILL. ESTATE STOVE CO........ HAMILTON, OHIO. Wo have the range, you want and our pnices will pleuse you-r bettor look them over. Consumers Hardware & Supply Co. People's Forum m For Farmerettes from the City Keep Cool these Hot Days AN ELECTRIC FAN WILL HELP A LOT. SEE OURS. WE CARRY EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL. The Star Electric Co. 409 FIFTH STREET SOUTH E. LEICESTER Don't you think it could be easy to write a little essay on why you should buy at home? The Herald wants all the boys and girls of Lethbrldge up to and including 16 years ot ago to participate in a contest in which $25 will be offered in prizes lor the besD essay on "Why Patronize Home Dealers." Mr. Illarnoch and Mr. Bawden are going to be the judges. There wiy be two prizes of ?7.a0 and two ot $5 each. Address your essays to the Buy at Home Editor, Herald. U.S. OFFICIALS SAY N Washiiigton, Aug. 14.-The anomalous stand of the Bolshevikl in declaring a state of war with Great Britain and France because o� the landing of troops on the Murman Coast, and not including the United States in this declaration, although'this country has acted in unison with the forces of the allies, is not understood here. Of-flcials regard the situation as Berious. It Is believed that since his last report to the state deparfment. United States Consul Poole has found his situation at Moscow untenable, and has turned over the affairs ot fho United States In that city to the cousulate of some neutral country. On the other hand, it Is suggested that in view of the flight ot Lenine and Trotzky to Kronstadt. the Bolshevikl government in MoBCOw may have been overthrown hy one of the opposing tactions, or a consolidation ot several opponents ot the Soviet government. In that case, Mr. Poole probably would remain in Mosco-w. ARLOW'S EAT ARKET Phone 796 1110 sixth Avtnue 8. ""^YSSe^uw^aTIS?" Sanitary Shop' Sure you're sate and ot eood work. � 0 �VE�-rBROOK BROS, _^Opposite Bank of MentrMi I - Let yoii'r 'iauieva perpetuate the good tlBftes you have this summer working on the farm. Opportunfhes for good pictures are always at hand, and films, papers and all other supplies can be had promptly from this store. WE DO "EXPERT" DEVELOP-ING, PRINTING, ENLARGING, ETjg., ETC. I D. Hicmbttliam k Co ' Limited ..... Tile �ADertn't PUnw OrugglaM* Whtlrsala and RcUll Ch�ml*t� Phones 1515 and 322 THE ONkST MEATS Are As Near As Your Telephone R. Coultry Phone 492 The Albet^n Meat Market Canada Food Board License Xumber 8-28693, A Gi Death of Infant Robert MoCarel Slilppobotham. 'aged ;> months, infant son ot Jlr. and Mrs. C. C. R. Shippobotham. 12i;0 Gth Avenue south, (Uo.d in the city' yesterday, August i:!. The funeral will take place tomorrow afternoon at 3.30 from the rcsidonco and interment will be made in the public cem-etry. The funorat arrangement.'? will be In charge ot T. S. Fettorly. Mr. C. C. R. Shippobotham la u relurtwd soldier. F. G. TIPPING SPEAKS TO LABOR MEN :\ fair gaiherittg of labor men assembled in the labor hall last evening to hear F. G. Tipping, president ot the Winnipeg Trades and Labor council. Vice-president Stockwell occupied the chair and introduced the speaker. .\lr. Tipping proved u forceful speaker and he handled the subject of his lecture, "Overlords in Overalls," in a masterly manner. During the courwe of hia remarks, lie .predicted a great advance in labor circles, and already in the large cities in Canada new organizations were springing up. lie also advocated the federation ot trades in preference to individual unions and said that the same system had proved to act to good advantage in Groat Britain. Mr. Tipping also made a few remarks on the recent .strike in Winnipeg, and told his audience that despite reports to the contrary, it was a decided gain for labor. .Mr. Tipping is making a trip to the coast and is speaking in all tho big cities. The labor men of t/lis city will ,t1so have the opportunity to hear another good speaker on Friday ovoning ot this week, when President J. C. Wat-ters. of tlie Dominion Tratl^s C;on-gress. will address a public meeting. It Is hoped the labor men of the city will turn out in force and give him a welcome. The time and place will be dscided at the regular moollug of the local trades council tonight. GOOD MUSIC. Kdiior Lelhbrid.irc Herald: Dear Sir; Permit mo space in your valuable papt^r to sound a note ot praise for those who live in one of your southern towns. 1 liad the pleasure of hcin:; in Card-ston on .\iigiist 3r ? ? ; ? � lake In anything niU3ly farmers, (T was told they were farmers), 1 should say that all newspapers should herald the news from pole to pole. No wonder you boast about your splendid wheat. 11 is so good that It produces splendid talent. It 1 was bettor acquainted I would like to hear the same choir put on Simper's Cantata, "A Joyful Thanksgiving." Hoping t have not trespassed on your valuable space, \ will concluda by wishing the singers success. 1 say keep going. Respectfully yours, DAVID KVANS. CALGARY MAN FOUND DEAD Niagara On Thte Liil?IV Dnt., Aug. 14, -Tho body oC R. W, /Banks, ot the machine gun corps, was taken from the Niagara Elver, near the Interniil-ional bridge, at Quecnstown, today. The body appeared to have boon in the water for some time. Bank.s was 28 year8,olrt. Ho niunp! from Calgary, His father Is R. Hanks, Orangeliold, Texas. pJndeitaking |- IMPROVED METHODS uro adopted by us as soon as their value is firmly established. In lh."( portormancc of our duties as Undertakers and Licensed Embalmeris All modern aids approved by science or good taste are in use, and wo have no hesitation in claiming that wo can glvo the best service at the most reasonable tost. OLDEST ESTABLISHED FIRM IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA. . WE MANUFACTURE CASKETS 334 sixth street s, T. S. Fetterly PHONB Si EVERALL & FRANKS office outfitters 8inn0tt block cor. 4th ave. 4 bth st. �. ?27588?9 00823384 ;