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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta '.PAGE EIGHT THE LprntmiDGti. DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, AUGUST M. Ottawa, Aug. T, A. Crerar, minister of agriculture. makes an urgent appeal no resi- dents of towns and elites to as- sist in harvesting operations. NEWSPRINT CONFERENCE. Ottawa, Aug. delegation ,ol newsprint manufacturers is in con- ference ivith members of auent today. Questions in refcanl to d'tfertnUste, it is understood, are under consideration. Turning Failure Into Success ECAUSE a him- Jred inventors failed to make machines tnat jly; Kas nothing to "do tke Kim- of aeropla- nes that dct tKe sky over England, Frar.ce, Belgium and Canada. Because j'cu can't maV.e a ricli, delicious cup cf coffee tUe are ming; Has nothing to carry j bittlo honors won by their own men i on their colors. C. G. Ballantync expressed the be- I'liei that Canada scou would have a maritime unit ot its .own working In .harmony with the admiralty. t Sir George Perley proposed the of the visiting prg5smenT Jl. IB. Jennings responding. NO MORE KIDNEY Sim He Cwnrenttd 73 LEJS A rKATE. OCTAIM, O.vr. "Three years ago, 1 began to feel run-down and tired, and suffered very much from Liver and Kidnty Trouble. HaTtog read of lives1, I thoughtl would try them. The result Kot Mad an hour's siftntu since I commenced usiog 'Fruii-a- and I knoiv now what I hive not known fora good many years- thai is, the blessing of hciUhy bodv and clear thinking WALTER J.11ARRIOTT. We. a. for trial stie55c. At postpaid oa receipt of price by Limited, OUatfa. Ottawa; Au'ff. la ileus have, tees -.vbich rni to bring prac- tically all allied subjects iu Canada the dragnet of compulsory mil-! itary service. With the exception ot Americans, a subject of one ol the allied governments resident fa Can- ada, does not coma wfUjfo the scope ot the Military Service Ad. His nosl- I Ion is privileged. U he fails, to re- spond to a call for service from his own country he becomes a deserter so far as that country is concerned and is to be shot should he re- turn there. Bui so long as he remains in Canada. He cannot be proceeded agahisl. Nor ts he at present to service under ilia Military Service Act. This applies only to iho malo: British subject who: (A) U ordinarily resident iu Cau- v (B) Has been at any time eiiico August 4. 19H, resident in Canada. H is with u vlev: to removing anomaly that negotiations HRYO been opeued tlie Kroach, Belgian and Italian governuituts. There arc un- derstood to bo many men ot military ago subjects ot those governments at present in 1'atiaila. U proposed to them the option of eUhcr return- lug home to do their military duty or ot Joining tha Canadian Expedition- ary Forces. Ttris course already has been followed in regard to luo Amer- icans by virtue of tho treaty recently ratified nt VVushingtou anil The- present negotiations are ucius London. Sir Robert Uor- den, it Is understood, is endeavoring to press the matter forward, particu- larly in Us regard to allied subjects resident in Canada. Marie I .amber t, well known actress aud starot tho Fan American Filar Co., will appear personally to- nlgbt after the showing of tho first Canadian-made film "A .Modern at the Orpheum. Miss Lambert will give a short talk about .moving pic- tures iu'Canada. All thOEe-atlendins the Orpheuni tonight, tomorrow anil Friday will an opportunity of seeiuff In movies. To- Dlght tho tameVa man will fllrii all tho J-OUUE lailles before the performance. Tomorrow night the young men win Ve lakea, and .the childre'h-Vill be .filmed.. Tills ts sjjiuc- thing hew for Lcthbridse, Get ia'un, NEW REGISTRATION OK YOUTHS IN S. Aug. on August 24 ol all youths, who have readied tho age of 21 years slnco tlie second rcgistratiou last June 5, was ordered today by Provost Miirstaal Geuerai under a protfauiav tEou by the President About lueu wlU Most i-t them will .quality for da SB one, aud, therefore, wtll go prob- ably vrlililii a mouth alter their uamu are recorded, FOUND OE.AO IN BED. Calgary, Aue. 14. Captain cord, of the Veterinary Corps: of the, Canadian Expeditionary was found dead In bed In a local hotel here today. He served with Blue Cross unit In France. He is, believed to be a nephew of Dr. Secord of Edmonton, where he enlistee. Heart failure ttii cause of death. REST AT THE CHATEAU IPUISE i. Where-the windows frame million dollar pictures of peaks, B, i lakes and glackrs, I ibe Lake, ever, cbanging, H is Bezuly herself, as nearly i visible to the mortal eyes as fl she may ever be." H In'.thie heart of the Canadian Pacific Rockies jMpiflft cHmbtng STHSS to Laives in the Clouds-raettopolilan cuisine. Cct to know Canada .better ASK FOR RESORT TOUR KO. J. E, PROCTOR, District Fa- ASvfii, Western Shopmen Reject Me- Adoo Award and Fight For Higher Pay Montreal, Aug. of a strike of the shopmen employed on the Canadian railways, believed to have been averted .when the gov- ernment allotted the United States Me Adoo schedule of wages to Canadian railroad men. It not over yet. The shopmen wtio left here some weeks ago after clos- ing their negotiations with the railway war board, are coming back for another conference. The Western shopmen, who have led so far in the fight for higher pay, voted recently by a'n overwhelm- ing majority to reject the award and to reopen negotiations with the government through the war The prospect is that the war board wUl not change JU un- compromising attitude of refusal to go Beyond the McAdoo award. Calgary, Aug. represen- tatives at tbe Winnipeg meeting of postal men arg Instructed to Inrist np- on a minimum wage-schedule and the- appointment of a conciliation board for future labor disputes in ibis liranch of, the government service. ..TUu figure which may be Insisted upon Is ihat of 'a minimum with tbr- rnai- .imum of J1.400, thongh it is slood this may be raised at Winnipeg, because the cost of living has risen since it was set by (he postal workers :of the Dominion. H will he asked that such legislation as is necessary be en- acted to make the of n conciliation board for government em- '.ployes a legal step. Montreal, Aug. tsrdcr has beeri issued by the board-of. railway commisaionera .in equalising Uie commodity freight rates eastbound from Pacific ports-to Western Can- ada to a basis Equivalent- to .that charged on conimodHr freiglit rates from Eastern Canada lo Pacific Coast poluts, which recently irere Increased 25 per cent. This' will affect a' number of lines shipped from the Pacific Coast points to the .cast, in- cluding canned llsb, lumber, metal products, shingles, etc. London, -Aug. Read- ing, the British ambassador to the United Stales is here to discuss wi'in ifie pf6pOSaJs for closer Anglo-American co-op- eration, involving a defensive and i offensive according to the Evening News, Mail and Empire 'ami 'Aus- tria are about lo conclude a new treaty 'regarding ttc importation of food pro- ducts from the occupied territories In the east. An agreement on the rnetb- orl_gf .diyWlng the foodstuffs from tbe Ukraine already has been ac- cording to a Frankfort dispatch, anti H will be the Germans wricrwin be the most favored In quanltlfes and prices. Austria, who originally waa the lav- ored party, has a'lpnc thrown to her in the negotiations In the form of a stipulation that she ia to get .Ukrain- ian totxTat prices ieaa Uian she agreed lo pay in a irealy lhat wafi drawn pre- vious to the signing of tbe Ukrainian peace treaty. Austria, therefore, saves a little money but Germany gets the-'bulk of the food. An Offer of New Health fo Are Weak, Anemic, Nervous, Riinndown darVencd brill-hfaJth-oiOy Ar.emic, cr NerTTOiorKaa-dQwn-can off n of w lifelUk lEatrait. Tiioron tkat jour wbole mum Ui rill with li hwtth need. lour-Irid pawer lo pew fcMllh. ft Keitoralive, A Blood-mailer, and Kerre- cr all {omUned In one powerful, health. nff It piomotei new r.rlh, ot-v bTood, r.em force p.t-jr Tftaljtr. 7l4t Trby v> Doclbrt It. Acd IHe hexltb roil Will you Uy just ono totlU T J r.ot coir torto'ini tKe Terr elemeun of wMch koiitt irtd vrdich it would Bud It fcw i mended in (be practice oi tt.3 raeeileri 4f tfce tie isref. frtitUtn: Atratl, Ofil, 67 PcrtlttJ Frtxt S. Bali, PjilJttt DirMer. OttflnmUt from ikt Ftllealng tint J, P. HIOINBpTHAM 4, CO., LTD. HEOLEV 'DRUG COMPANV. Washington, Aug. Gen cral March, in Ms serai-weekly confer ence wilh newspapermen today, said .that American troops look.part in th recent lighting north of'thB So'imnc Ho briefly (reviowed the situation In Picardy, wbere Ihe llnca have now reached Ihe general position o[ the front In 1'JiO before tho Hlndenburg At jio point Is the en. emy how within fifty miles of Paris. "The Plcarrfy salfeot has been trim- med away on a front of 53 miles lo a maximum depth of fifteen miles, tbe chief ot steff said, and the line of the Afsnc-Marnn front Jias remained all- tlonary, American, troops have re- captured Flsmette, on the norlb bank of. tbe Vesle, from wilfli they were driven. IS CONSOLIDATED, Victoria, B.C., of principal whal- Inj Cont has resulted fn of The Contollefitecf Whallnj Company, Limited, with capital of office of the company wilf be at Ter.anU, THE SIMPSON CO., ANNOUNCING A of FALL and WINTER WOOLENS for MEN, WOMEN and CHILDREN AD Woolens now in stock are being offered at last year's know what that goods at lower prices." r We Would Strongly Advise Early Buying WOMEN'S COMBINATIONS 'i. Fall and Winter Weight f .I; to WORTH ONE-QUARTER MORE WOMEN'S VESTS and DRAWERS Fall and Winter Weight. 75c up to WORTH ONE-QUARTER MORE GIRLS'COMBINATIONS Winter up toi WORTH ONE-O.UARTER; MORE MEN'S WOOLEN COMBINATIONS English, Scotch and Canadian, makes.. Winter Weight. up to 16.50 WORTH ONE-THIRD MORE MEN'S SHIRTS AND DRAWERS Winter Weight. 75cup to WORTH ONE-THIRD MORE f BOYS'COMBINATIONS Fall and Winter Weight. to WORTH ONE-QUARTER MORE We carried over a well-assorted Stock of Underwear from last season So that we. are now able to offer our customers some real the old stock lasts. Men, Women and SWEATERS, UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY 1 and BOYS' SUITS and COATS Ail last winter's slock at last winter's prices. This is your opportunity to lay in your fall and winter require- ments with better garments than you can possibly later on, and at a saving of at least SWEATER COATS PULLOVERS; front Last Winter's Stock Men's Heavy and WORTH ONE-THIRD MORE Boys' Sweaters, heavy up to WORTH ONE-QUARTER MORE Boys'Warm All Wool Hosiery......Stupid WORTH ONE-THIRD MORE Girls' Cashmere Hosiery, for fall and winter wear, 50c 75c WORTH MORE Ladies' Wool Sweaters at J7.50, ud 'NOW WORTH ONE-THIRD MORE Boys'Jersey Pull Overs, good assortment of colors. up to WORTH ONE-QUARTER MORE Boys' Suits and Top Coats, superior qualities. Suits j EASILY WORTH ONE-QUARTER MORE Boys' Overcoats at less. Coats at up to WORTH MORE This Special Sale of Fall Woolens is good for the Next TEN DAYS Only, beginning THURSDAY, AUG. And we anticipate a big rush for every article in the list, as it is a bargain feast you wiO appreciate fully when you set the new prices. Merchants win be compelled ttrask for the new goods soon to arrive. ___ _ The Simpson Ltd. ;