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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOrtOHEIMER PIANOS KDISOrJ PHONOGRAPHS ASSIN1BOIA MUSIC 09, LTD. Musical" S15 6th Street South Phone IMS LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 Uth Street S. phone I4S3 Prompt and Reliable Work DOM at able Prices.; THESE ARE ALL EXTRA CHOICE No, 1 Beef, Veal, Chicken, Cooked DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food. Board License Number FOR THE WEEK ENb WE ARE GETTING IN QUITE AN ASSORTMENT OF FRESH FOR THE WEEK END. WE ARE ABLE TO QUOTE SOME VERY GOOD PRICES, LOOK THEM OVER, SOME OF THESE LINES ARE NEARLY FINISHED, SUCH AS BLUEBERRIES, APRICOTS AND BLACKBERRIES. Use Penslar Tread Easy Foot Powder During summer months you will be walking more than ever. and it vou will shake n-small quantity of Pfnslar Trei'l taay In your each step will he one of case. Bon't suffer from burning antl Icet ivben such a relief Is to obtain. SOLD IN LARGE SIFTER" CANS VT. 25c THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE i. mm "If they had been Italians they would have retired; if they had been iyrencb. they would hare retired; ac- 'cording to all the rales of warfare lihey were, licked. But they were.Cau- adifrris; they had only been, three months in the trenches, and .they didn't know it was 'impossible 'and so they went ahead and'won." these i-ofds Sergeant Gibbons held a breath- less 'audience spell-hound as he de-- scribed the appalling battle of Ypres in which the Canadian troops, 12.000 against" and not knowing they bill line of trenches be- tween the .Germans and their object- ive, the open sea, made the stand that has forever changed the his- Starting with a vivid contrast be- tween the terrible trench conditions atrthn beginning of the war and the more improved ones of the present day. APRICOTS, In 4 basktt cast, per cast J2.35 Per basket............................... BLUEBERRIES, in 15 Ib. bjsVet. per basket Per BLACKBERRIES, if any arrive, market price. B. C. PEACHES, per B. C. PEACHES, TOMATOES, per 4 basket case 51.85v Per basket Per '5c NfcW POTATOES, per cwt................J3.65 5 Ibt. for-----............................ 25c NEW CABBAGE, per PEACH PLUM, 4 basket case Per biiket 55c SPECIAL ON LARD FOR FRIDAY AND SATUR- DAY-ONLY 3s, pure lard, per pall.................. 5s. pure lard, per pall 10s, pure lard, 3 pure lard, per p'all ONTARIO CHEESE, per ID. 28c PURE PEACH JAM, Donalco, 4 Ib. tin tin 77c CANNED MILK, Aylmer' Brand, guaranteed gov- eminent test, per tin..................... 13c CHERRIES, large Blngi, dried, fine when cooked. 2lc Per 25 Ib. box......................... J4.90 EVAPORATED APRICOTS, 10 Ib. box, each J2.45 EXCELSIOR DATES, per pkt...............20c CUCUMBERS, Me SMALL PICKLING CUCUMBERS, per case A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF GREEN VEGETABLE S. GREEN PEAS, GREEN BEANS, CAULIFLOWER, SWEET CORN, GREEN ONIONS, ETC. LOWEST MARKET PRICE. j WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW THERE IS A REASON. WE STILL HAVE A FEW OF OUR AUGUST CATALOGUES, YOURS FOR THE ASKING. THE GOOD CO; LIMITED High-Class Cash Grocers CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 8-599 Phrrae 525 Chautaiiqua Programme Hky Feed F. O.HYDE CO. i Cor. 2nd Ave. and Hlh St. A. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE ARLOW'S EAT ARKET Phone 796 1110 Sixth Avsnue S. M YpuVe Sure at the Sanitary Shop Sure you're safe and of good work. O WE5TBROOK BROS, -___Opposite Bank of Montreal Sergeant GEbbons gare a lurid descrip- tion of the famous battle of Ypres in which the first gas attack of the Ger- mans took placel The French nativ6 troops broke; the Canadians throwing themselves into the gap and holding it TIie'Canadians were later ordered forward, and the German guns in a concentrated fire played havoc among them with the consequence that after going-Rome-forty yards, to the fol face of, the German guns, with their fireHeaf ing them to pieces the advanc- ing Hue wavered.1t was at this junc- ture that a Canadian onicer jumped up wildly gave the rally call: "Come'on, Canadians, come And, to Ihe. call, they did come. several nights after this. when the Canadians, with only 35 men left, ordered" to hold the'} [ties at all firing until all ammunition was gone aid Baiting for reinforcements that never came, vrere swept upon .by tho Germans and the small band taken Sezgeant Gibbons among their number, As a-Prlsoner. Tlie experiences of Sergeant -buns as a'prispner.of war in Germany sire not soon to be forgotten. He was dragged behind the lines, being sev ;jrely wounded and lay there for long time before being taken-to dressing station, where he was placed on a and taken in an amhu a hospital in Belgium. Here themedical attention was as bad it be, his Jeg, being treat- j ed'in jiiich a way as to supposedly ieaviri'him s_p that he could again. It was id'this hospital that he realized wonderful spirit of the of Belgium who dared at the risk their lives to do an odd kind- ness for? the soldiers..Later he was transferred another'hospltal where, as an illustration' of Ine- inhuman treatment thty received; the doctors practised .cruelties upon their cap- tives, twisting their wounded limbs until they writhed in .agony, these cruelties being practised parlicsiiarlj upon the British an i era. Many Goose Chautau- qua. Afternoon Entertainment, Glen Wells Company; Costume Zealand, the South Sea Utop-- Lsila M.'Blomtleld. --EvemngT-Entertainment Glen Company; Interlude, J Grand ".Mother Goose" Festival; Inspirational Lcc ture, "Carry JrC.', Herbsman. lives. -Those who coutd work -were made to work on farms, in mines, be- lind the lines and In ammunition fac-, Tories, and tortured if-they refused. Sergeant Gibbons quoted the sage of the men hVlefl behind: lei the people at home know they're forcing us to make munitions." ..'_ The experiences of Sergeant -Gib- ,32E in his endeavors to hoodwink the authorities would In a graphic way he told of how- he teigued hU countless ex- ammalioris each day, until ie was .fin- ally-placed on the ol prisoners, was taken to Holland, and "aftej another gruelling.eiamlnation with 300 turned "" Holland. Here he received nothing but kindness. His' description the-'path- etic sight of those wiio were not ac- cepted on the list was" hearlt-rending. Tbe Hampden -Court; the entertainers lor th'e preludeL and put on'a most distinctive style ot mus- ical progrgam. You top Will Delight in Ibis non-oily 'tissue cleansing cream of refreshing fragrance which. JB BO readily absorbed, and ideal [or a skin inclined io be dry. PENSLAR VANISHING CREAM Affords the 'necessary, mois- ture uhlcb eliminates a shiny surface, softening and beautify- ing the sfcin at- Ihe same time. Sold in; TWO Sizes, THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK cd., Succeuorj to glzckson 4 Co. MM Sherlock 'Building' CITY AND DISTRICT Removal Notice. nitehle have removed their offices to the Acadia Building and will occupy Iheir former premises from the 15th instant 20S-3 Death of Little Philip King. There died In the city this morning. August 15, Philip lleury Kiug, aged t> years, son of Mr. and Mrs. Horace W. King. T. S. Fetjerly is ia charge of the funeral arrangements and the fun- eral will take" place, at 11 tfclock to- morrow morning .with Rev. C. K. Snow as officiating clergyman., A sad feature is that only last week Mr. and Mrs.. King lost 'their little daughter .Mary, four years of age. Fifteen Styles to Choose from This splendid, assortment of Gas'linages-from the-following ivcll kuo-wn manufacturers: McCLARY'S LONDON, ONT. MOFFATVrOVE CO........ WESTON, ONT. CLARK JEWEL CO......... CHICAGO, ILL. ESTATE STOVE CO. HAMILTON, OHIO; .We have the range you.want anil our prices will please uetler look them over. I Consumers Hardware Co. (8 AUTQ LIVERY 'Careful, courteous service. ,Cara suitable for any weather. Special rales {o steady custom- ers or long trifis. Phones: Day. 1448 Night 787 Evening Program Sergeant-Gibb'oiis was later movec lo a prison Vramp in Germanx where he t indescribable '.The.different nationalities Vere mixed the huts, there being about from 20 to 30 pris-' and separated bj" barbed wire. The camp was surrohnded by machine and artillery guns. Prisoners who the wires were clothe3 the food 'consisted only of black bread p.nd soup of Inhuman treatment 'in worse cnieHiea. The parcels.sent to them aared 'many Dr. Julius Caesar Nayphe, the ejrrtn- ent Greek 'scholar, ar descen- dent of the noble Athenians .'of ancient was the lectureV at ing session of the. .Chautauqua- rlast and Interested a big audience in the oriental pageant which he display- ed, rtcpicllng life In "ancient Palestine. Dr. JTayphe himself was foorrr in Ath- ens, but livedlor many-years in'Fales- tine with his father. His lecture'was Interesting Inasmuch as it-reyealed the clear, interpretation of rjlany prth'i figures of speech-used in "the Bible which are not clear Ihe. surface to tiie occidental reader. -.The .beaulitu aliesory of the Shepherd's revealed in all its depth of meaning as taking its figures of spe'ech from the dally life of the sKep'herd in Pal estlne. At the beginning, of: his. Tec Eure Dr. Xayphe spokeVof- the diffl cullies met by the" foreigner Jn com ing to this country..In ,6f free dom and as he -had htm self done. He Is.a.graduate of.liar vard and speaks English fluently, bu tells some acinslng stories, of hia firs attempts to learn the I uage, which he says'.is'the' hardest In the Torld to .He says thre" thingi must he given fhe foreigner on landing in this country, If to b properly assimilated Iiilo the citizen ship of a great dempcratic.natlba, an that is education an iluralUallon. Previous to the lecture, the. Hamp Ion court singers Immensely pleatc" the audience with their leal selections. They had lo mpori to many encoras. Keep Cool these Hot Days AN ELECTRIC FAN.WtLl HELP A LOT. SEE OURs! WE CARRY EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL. The Star Electric Co. 409 FIFTH STREET SOUTH E, LEICESTER BIO MANITOBA CROP Wnnlpeg, Aug. wi produce bushels 'of whet this year on cstimat according to J. A. supe IntendeTjt of Immigration 'and col nlzatlon for the province. Do Your Feet If you would have your feet..dry, cool, and com- fortable, lire Rexall FOOT POWDER AVhen dustetHin to the feel or in shoes and stockings this spe- cially preparedvintiseplic powd- er oyiU. preveni allay irriation and> absorb moisEure, 25c a package! 11. t Co Limited Tfct Calgary Tribunal. -Appeals oE 32 farmers' were ed by tho special tribunal yesterday, seveu being E. Cuddle, Lone Buitc: .AV'jJ AhlberB. Queens- Ralston: Suttield; 11. J. Presler, SutfieM; SI: H. Davis. Three Hills; d T. Cooke, Schuler. and R. D. Rice, Seven'. Persons. Others were allowed until November 1: II. G. Binning, LcthbrldBc; J. O.' Turtle, H. Snowden, Leth J. G. Moss, Ixmiond; C. J. W: J. Anderson roaldalc; H, -Armstrong, Seven Per- ions; G., .lacobson, TraTers; A. C Bancroft, Vulcan; C. -.McKarland, Vulcan. in.Court. The other day two boys, aged 12 am 13, were brought from Raymond b} the... charged .with .forging t cheque for on, Bert Kenny of'tha place.. One ot'.the boys appeared be fore J. D. Illglnbotham ol the Juvenile court and -was released on suspendec sentence. 'The other boy wag detainer tor a bearing at the Children's She ter. The night last lie alon with another boy, escaped from shelter and started for his homo at Raymond. A lady driving n car pick- ed them up and gave them a lift. Tlie bpys however have'lieen taken in low and are being brought back to Leth. bridge. They will before tne Juvenile court. Winnipeg.- .Aug..' grain narkets contlnu'e.'qijiel today anil will Cmain Hie new crop, begins o arrive. .The, ot. all Tains .has'bccome very lighl. Oats closed He higher "for October ,nd -Me highervlpr pecemher. Flax October t ccernher t.s.... J: s'ovfitnoer Oeccmber .400 No. 2 C.W...01% No- 3 C.W.. Extra I1, Feed- No. I Feed, 2 .No.. 3 C.W. No. 1 -S.-W.fc. 427 _ No. C.W. ____ .4'2 not.wait till seriouS trouble develops.: Have this strain removed. The'sqoner the'.easier. Properly adjusted glasses >l We are experts in relie'vinc eye strain and guaraiatee satisfaction. J. M. HENDERSON EYE SPECIALIST AT R. A. WRIGHT'S JEWELRY STORE 417 412 .S7X 82% US IN MEMORIAM. Grand Dance TO BE HELD IN K. of P. HAH Friday, ifeth GOOD ORCHESTRA Dancing from Iflo'io In loving memory of Privates Jonas and Theodoro bottt killed In in the tattle of Loos. He slumbers well, altho for him no greeo, tended grave, The shadows of the dreadful Mils d'rlft o'er a wave, And wild call, And fast tears fall, And Ihe pale .stars watch tiie morniug- fhe great wareagles sail The air. The Hhrapnel plows the ground, The crackling flames, of rifles barn "on every hollow mound- The bugle's call, And wounded (all, 'Vl And (he even' stars wait the morning He slumbera well, allho hi a, heart asleep, can never know How hrava and clear the lender eyes which wept lo see him BO; And soft winds call, And Mntl snows And the whlto stars watch Ihe mom Irtg. Inserted by their nialher, siatcra and brother, Mra. Chas, Smith, Kva, Josle and Dick, Mrs.'Maiirlco ParflU. LETHBRIDGE TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL TO BE ADDRESSED. BY QUAKER BREAt) IS A REAL VICTORY LOAF John Gilmoie Ltifiited i 'Bakers UAKBR BflEAO contalno 10% of subjlitutes required by t'be Food Controller.- These arri larld; flour, corn flour, oat .flour'and Oatmial. bread Is .ioday a keeping'loaf than II the me of substitutes. Tho use loaf flavor and It rrtblaj, J. C. WAITERS President of tlic Do mm Ion Trades Congress of Canada IN THE LABOR HALL, LETHBRIDGE TOMORROW EVENING FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, AT 8.00 O'CLOCK discussed from Com6 and hear-ihe vital the viewpoint pf organized laljor, VACATION TIME Spend your Idle hours In loucli Tiller, on hill and hy Blroai. 1 THE RIGHT SORT pcf tr.iy Ihe spots of eartk. ,The Twentieth Century Book Store 13 614 FOU'pltH'AVENUE J 61J STENOGRAPHERS; WANTED TO THE BYRON TYPEWRITER CABINET Something CAnBON HOLDBR.IN' FRONT OP OPERATOR ,A plac'S heads, envelopes, heads, carooo Eetonff etc. i .SUPPLY EVERYTHINO .f OR THE OFFICE EVERALL FRANKS OFFICE OUTFITTERS .SINNOTT BLOCK COR, 4TH STH St. ;