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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta i I NOnOHtlMtR SDI8ON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINliOlA MUSIC everything Musical SIB 6th Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WANT ADS BRING QUICK ANSWERS THESE ARE ALL EXTRA CHOICE 1 Cooked Meats DELANYS Meat Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food Board License Number Use Penslar Tread Easy Foot Powder During the summer months you will be walking more than and If you will shake a small quantity of Penslar Tread Easy in your slices each step will bp one of Dont suffer from burning and perspiring feet when such a relief is so easy to SOLD IN LARGE SIFTER CANS AT 25e THE KENNY ALLIN NEXT DALLAS HOTEL i Store PHONE 14S7 The Busy Store WE ARE STILL BEING KEPT VERY BUSY UNDER OUR THE QUALITY OF OUR V GOODS AND THE PRICKS ARE SAO DEBTS AND COLLECTION COSTS HAVE BEEN DONE AWAY WHICH ENABLES TO KEEP DOWN THE PRICKS WATCH OUR BUSINESS WE HAVE BEEN ABLE TO SECURE ABOUT 60 CASES OF APRICOTS At A VERY THE LAST WE EXPECT THIS BETTER GET A FEW CASES AT THESE 4 basket while they per per ease Per basket 60o NEW per NEW 6 25e RIPE In peach per box A FEW BLACK AND BLUEBERRIES ARRIVING LOWEST MARKET THE GOOD LIMITED HighClass Cash Grocers CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 8599 Photie 525 That there will beneed to hold most cf the grain raised in Southern Al lierta this year in the district for seed and feed for next year and that he had made representations to the govern ment to that effect the statement made yesterday on the visit to the city of general colonization agent of the department of the inter is in the district making a personal survey of conditions in order to advise the government as to the uation will not be It will be necessary however to see that the sur plus of farmers who have a fair crop is not shipped out of the country but is held here for those farmers who have Unlike there will be little need for relief except in isolated Most of the farmers have cleared up their heavy and are now in fairly strong financial so will he able to pay for their seed when they get The important thing will he to provide that it is available when I they want From Our Own Correspondent Milk Aufust weather for the past week has been favorable for harvesting and the work is being All the summer fal lowed laud has a fair generally best method of handling the better than the farmers themselves Spiers is not at all He says that about 35 per cent of the area cropped will not a binder this but every farmer who has any crop at all is going to make an effort to save so that the seed sit Fire broke out in Giles office on Tuesday night Thyken promptly broke through a window and put it out with a hand No damage was Miss Vera Leffingwell was united in marriage to Clifford Gillis of the First International Sweet on They expect to reside at Miss Let iingwell will be much mtesed and all our best wishes follow her to her new Shea paid a business visit to Kippinville and Masinasin on iMiss Steel is a visitor at the home of her manager of j the Bank of Commerce here MARKETS Close 41 Ha 405 cash mar ket was quiet today to the light Few oats are coming on the market and there were no oats in todays The cash barley and flax markets continue although there is a good demand for Oats closed higher tor October and ic higher for Flax closed lV4c lower for November closed Vic higher and December closed at 405 Vi WINNIPEG Open October December Flax October December CASH Extra Feed 1 84 H 2 Sl Rejected and Feed 1 2 Calgary Livestock nothing doing in hogs today at the stock yards and few cattle business is very The price on hogs holds at yesterdays price of and cattle at The receipts of cattle to day included some good but uothing to warrant it going over the Stockers are still mov ing heifers bringing from 10 to Jim Oborn has returned from Sar cee Camp on an extended Several parties have gone north to I cut Oscar and the Thompson Brothers shipped their teams and mowers on Friday to Ed monton and followed by motor car on They expect to stay several On Friday Felix the mail had a comical bucking contest we still have to keep our minds on i wilh his carHe cranked the engine tilings Death claims all butlwith Bears in but succeeded in N THE HOUR OF none can dispense with the services of A Funeral Director tjiat perfect decorum attends whatever funeral we Our services are at your disposal night or and we promptly respond to phone or other Motor Equipment MacKay MacKay 803 Third Avenue South jumping on the running board before the car backed away too He only reach reversing gear and j the car shot back and forward half a We proffer these services when they dozen times before the corner of the are f needed and pledge our patrons post office finally held it at rest till Felix gained the seat and proper con Fortunately little damage was The Union Church Sunday school picnic was held at Oscar Osings grove on The children and parents were taken out by cars kindly loaned by superinten dent of the Sunday reports about seventy people present and all had a jolly minister of the Union went to Lethbridge where he will preach on his place here being taken by Jack man Phone 1802 AT THIS ESSAY Dont 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 Lethbridge up to and including 16 years of age to participate in a contest in which will be offered in prizes for the best essay on Why Patronize Home Deal Marnoch and Bawden are going to be the There wiy be two prizes of and two of Address your essays to the Buy at Home OFFICIALS SAY Keep Cool these Hot Days AN ELECTRIC FAN WILL HELP A SEE WE CARRY EVERYTHING 4 The Star Electric 409 FIFTH STREET SOUTH LEICESTER anom alous stand of the Bolsheviki in de claring a state of war with Great Brit ain and France because of the landing of troops on the Murman Coast and not including the United States in this although tills country has acted in unison with the forces of the is not understood Of ficials regard the situation as It is believed that since his last re port to the state United States Consul Poole has found his sit uation at Moscow and has turned over the affairs of the United States in that city to the consulate of some neutral On the other it is suggested that In view of the flight of Lenine and Trotzky to the Bolsheviki government in Moscow may have been overthrown by one of the opposing or a consolidation of several opponents of the Soviet In that Poole probably would remain in M IARLOWS EAT ARKET Phone 796 1110 Sixth You re Sure at the Sanitary Sure youre safe and of good TBROOK Opposite Bank of Montreal You too Will Delight In this nonoily tissue cleansing cream of refreshing fragrance which so readily and Ideal for a skin inclined to be PENSLAR VANISHING CREAM Affords the necessary mois ture which eliminates a shiny softening and beautify ing the skin at the same Sold In Two 25c and 50c THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK Suceenora to Jackson A Telephones 655 and 1232 Sherlock Building CITY AND DISTRICT Trades and Labor Council Regular fortnightly meeting tonight in the Labor Hall nt 8 Land Men Here Harper of and Harper of are in the city with Grltnian of who oivns large tracts of land in Southern Wanted in Reglna Harold Hunvitz of Regina was picked up here yesterday by Detective Wigg of the wanted iti Re gina on a forgery The Re gina city police are sending a mun to take Hurwitz back to stand DAK For farmerettes from the City T Let yoUf Swnera perpetuate the1good Rifles you have this summer wtarjting on the Opportunities for good pic tures are always at and papers and all other sup plies can be had promptly from this WE DO EXPERT DEVELOP 1 HifiDkitkim Uo Limited Plantar Whalcsala and Retail Phones 1515 and 322 THE FINEST MEATS Are As Near As Your Telephone Coultry Phone 492 The AlberU Meat Market Canada Food Board License Number government com mission has sent to the military gov ernor of Paris a report to charge Cbariesl senator and the for mer owner of the Paris with communicating with the A bill will be introduced the opening of the on providing for the suspension of parliamentary FIVE KILLED Five a up of powdir In the dryer of the Trojan Powder Company near The cause of the ac cident is but company official say theVt no tunpjcion that A ivas the work of an f Indian Head Visitor Angus superintendent of the experimental farm at Indian Head was in the city last night visiting Fairfleld of the experimental farm This morning they visited Nobleford and other points northwest of the city to see some of the Card of Thanks Tom Russell received a letter from Gunner Jesse 39th Bat tery ex tending thanks to all those who wrote letters of sympathy to him upon the death of his beloved Jem ima who died June Fifteen Styles to Choose from This splendid assortment of Gas Ranges from the following well manufacturers McCLARYS MOFFAT STOVE CLARK JEWEL ESTATE STOVE We have the range you want and our pHices will please bettor look them Consumers Hardware Supply I Peoples Forum Death of Infant Robert McCarel OK ed 3 infant son of and 12CO 6th Avenue died in the city August The funeral will take place tomorrow afternoon at from the residence and inter ment willbe made in the public cem The funerat arrangements will be in charge of Shippobotham is a returned sol c TO LABOR A fair gathering of labor men as sembled in the labor hall last evening to hear president of the Winnipeg Trades and Labor Vicepresident Stockwell occupied the chair and introduced the Tipping proved a forceful speaker and he handled the subject of his lec Overlords in In a masterly During the course of his he a great advance in labor and already in the large cities in Canada new or ganizations were springing He also advocated the federation of trades in preference to individual unions and said that the same system had1 proved to act to good advantage in Great Bri Tipping also made a few remarks on the recent strike in Win and told his audience that des pite reports to the It was a decided gain for Tipping is making a trip to the coast and is speaking in all the big Tho labor men of tills city will also have the opportunity to hear another good speaker on Friday evening of this when President Wal of the Dominion Trades Con will address a public It is hoped the labor men of the city will turn out in force and give him a The time and placo will bo decided at the regular meeting of the local trades council GOOD Editor Lethbridge Herald Dear Sir Permit me space in your valuable papeY to sound a note of praise for those who live in of your southern I had of being in Card ston on August This was a nota ble day in said Something new to But 1 enjoyed being To see something out of the 1 iearnod that a sacred cantata was to be given on this a cantata that I have had the pleasure to lalio One of Caleb Simpers An author of wide 1 went to the tabernacle at the ap pointed time expecting to hear a can tata put on in true farmer I was The The Roiling is one of the and I was more than delighted with its There were 40 When the choir camo to their positions my curiosity I was sure something good was I ran assure you that was All the parts were well The young lady who pre sided at the organ proved herself equal to her I want to give my praise to a few of the The mixed quartet was The alternat ing duet was the best rendition I have The bass and tenor duet was especially the closing The ladies duet was par trio better than The solos vvere all better than I was Permit me to voice my sentiments on the chorus It was some of the best I have heard in a long I have travelled consid erably and never miss a chance to GLORIOUS Canadian Dispatch From Reuters British weather contin enabling the airplanes to easily the enemy move We know exactly whence lie is bringing his rein forcements and and where he is concentrating Raids on northern front probably are intended to remind us of the possibility of a Ger man offensive take in anything This was the most pleasant surprise I ever And at the door I was told no charge what you This to me was more In conclusion allow me a word for the A mun well so I Ja South ern I believe his name or it matters no He is a musical director of the first He had his work in The way in which he handled the baton showed to me he was no when such work as that which I had the pleasure to ten to is produced by I was told they were I should say that all newspapers should herald the news from pole to No wonder you boast about your splendid It is so good that it produces splendid If 1 was better acquainted I would like to hear the same choir put on Simpers A Joyful Hoping I have not trespassed on your valuable I will conclude by wishing the singers say keep Respectfully DAVID I CALGARY MAN FOUND DEAD Niagara On TMa body of of the machine gun was taken from the Niagara near the Internat ional at The body appeared to have been in the water for some Banks was 28 He canifi from HB father is Hay Feed HYDE 2nd and 12th PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE Grand Dance TO BE HELD IN of HALL August 16th GOOD ORCHESTRA Dancing from to f Undertaking IMPROVED METHODS aro adopted by us as soon as their value Is firmly In performance of our duties as Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers All modern aidH approved by science or good taste are in and we have no hesitation in claiming that wo can give the beat service at the moat reasonable OLDEST ESTABLISHED FIRM IN SOUTHERN WE MANUFACTURE CASKETS 334 SIXTH STREET Fetterly PHONE Bit VACATION TIME Spend your idle hours In touch with in on hill and by BOOKS OF THE RIGHT SORT portray the bcsfin enveloped midst the choicest spots of The Twentieth Century Book Store IS DISTINCTLY BOOKISH 614 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE STENOGRAPHERS WANTED TO CALL AND SEE THE BYRON TYPEWRITER CABINET Something CARBON HOLDER IN FRONT OF OPERATOR A place for hill heads carbon WE SUPPLY EVERYTHING FOR THE OKFICr N EVERALL FRANKS OFFICE OUTFITTERS 8INNDTT BLOCK 4TH 4 6TH ;