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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOnDHtlMtA fcOISON PHONOGRAPHS A89INIBOIA MUSIC Everything Musical SIB Ith Street South Phdne 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 984 Street Prompt Reliable Work at THESE ARE ALL EXTRA CHOICE 1 Cooked Meats DELANYS Meat Opposite Dallas Hotel phone 452 Canada License Number Use Penslar Tread Easy Foot Powder During the summer months you will be walking more than and if vou will shake n small quantity o Penslar Tread Easy in your slices each step will be one of Dont suffer from burning nml perspiring feet when such a relief is so asy to SOLD IN LARGE SIFTER CANS AT 25c THE KENNY NEXT DALLAS HOTEL ALL1N Store PHONE 1417 FOR THE WEEK END ML GIBBONS AND E NAYPHE If they had been Italians they have retired if they had been French they would have retired ac cording to all the rules of warfare they were But they were Can adirfns they had only three auonth in the trenches and they didnt know it was impossible and so They went ahead and With these Sergeant Gibbons held a breath less audience spellbound as he de scribed the appalling battle of Ypres in which the Canadian against and not knowing they were but single line of trenches be tween the Germans and their object the open made the stand that has forever changed the pages of his Starting with a vivid contrast be tween the terrible trench conditions af the beginning of the war and the more improved ones of the present Hay Feed 2nd and t8th PHONE 1244 LETHBRIOGE AR LOWS EAT ARKET Phone 796 1110 Sixth Avenue M WE ARE GETTING IN QUITE AN ASSORTMENT OF FRESH rtlUItt FOR THE WEEK WE ARE ABLE TO QUOTE SOME VERY GOOD LOOK THEM SOME OF THESE LINES ARE NEARLY SUCH A3 APRICOTS AND SPECIAL ON LARD FOR FRIDAY AND SATUR DAY pure per pure ptr pall pure per pall pure per pall ONTARIO per PURE PEACH 4 tin per tin 77o CANNED Aylmer guaranteed gov ernment peltin 130 large fine when Pjtr 21c Per 25 box EVAPORATED 10 each EXCELSIOR per each SMALL PICKLING per case A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF GREEN GREEN GREEN SWEET GREEN LOWEST MARKET WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW THERE IS A WE STILL HAVE A FEW OF OUR AUGUST VOURS FOR THE THE GOOD LIMITED HighClass Cash Grocers CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 8599 Phone 525 In 4 batket per Per basket in 15 ner basket Per 28e if any lowest market per We per 4 case s Per basket 80c Per 15e NEW per 6 for 25c per PEACH per 4 basket case Per batket 55r Chautauqua Programme You re Sure at the Sanitary Shop Sure youre safe and of good xi WESTBROOK Opposite Bank of Montreal AUTO LIVERY courteous Cars suitable for any Special rates to steady qustom ers or long Phones Day 1448 Night 787 Sergeant Gibbons gave a lurid descrip tion of the famous battle of Ypres in which the first gas attack of the Ger mans took The French native troops the Canadians throwing themselves into the gap and holding The Canadians were later ordered1 and the German guns in a concentrated fire played havoc among them with the consequence that after going some forty in the full face of the German with their fire tearing them to pieces the advanc ing line It was at this junc ture that a Canadian officer jumped up arid waving wildly gave the rally call Come come on true to the they did It was several nights after whan the with only 36 men ordered to hold the lines at all costsf firing until all ammunition was gone and waiting for reinforcements that never were swept upon by the Germans and the small band taken Sergeant Gibbons was among their As a The experiences of Sergeant xGib bons as a prisoner of war in Germany are not soon to be He was dragged behind the being sev wounded and lay there for a long time before being taken a dressing where he was placed on a and taken in an ambu lance a hospital in Here the medical attention was as bad as it could possibly his leg being treat edin a way as to supposedly leave him so that he could never walk It was ifi this hospital that he realized tire wonderful spirit of the of Belgium who dared at the risk of their lives to do an odd kind ness for the Later he was transferred to another hospital as an illustration of the inhuman treatment they the doctors practised upon their cap twisting their wounded limbs until they writhed in these cruelties being practised particularly upon the British ani Canadian prison Many Sergeant Gibbons was later moved to a prison tamp in where he suffered indescribable The different nationalities Vere mired together in the there being about each holding from 20 to 30 pris and separated by barbed The camp was surrounded by machine and artillery Prisoners who spoke the wires were bayonet no clothes were the food consisted only of black bread and soup anil complaints of inhuman treatment only resulted in worse The parcels sent to them saved many Friday Goose Chautau Afternoon Glen Wells Company Costume New the South Sea Utop Leila Glen Wells Company Grand Mother Goose Festival Inspirational Lec Carry Keep Cool these Hot Days AN ELECTRIC HELP A SEE WE CARRY EVERYTHING The Star Electric 409 FIFTH STREET SOUTH LEICESTER Those who could work were made to work on in be hind the lines and in ammunition fac and tortured if they j Sergeant Gibbons quoted the lastmes sage of the men he left behind For j HeaveEls sake let the people at home know theyre forcing us to make amj The experiences of Sergeant Gib bons in his endeavors to hoodwink the authorities would fill many In a graphic way he told of how he feigned of his countless ex animations each until Jie was fin ally placed on the exchange list was taken to Holland and aftej another gruelling examination hej with 300 turned free in Here he received nothing but His description of the path etic sight of those who were not ac cepted on the list was The Hampden Court Singers were the entertainers for the prelude and put on a most distinctive style of mus ical Evening Program Julius Caesar the emin ent Greek who Ja a descen dent of the noble Athenians of ancient was the lecturer at the even ing session of the Chautauqua last and interested a big audience in the oriental pageant which he display depleting life in ancient Jluyphe himself was born in Ath but lived for many years in Pales tine with his His lecture was interesting inasmuch as it revealed the clear interpretation of many of the figures of speech used in the Bible which are not clear on the surface to the occidental The beautiful allegory of the Shepherds psalm was j revealed in all its depth of as taking Its figures of speech from the daily life of the shepherd in Pal At the beginning of his lec ture Xayphe spoke of the diffi culties met by the foreigner in com ing to this country in search of free dom and as he had him self He is a graduate of Har vard and speaks English fluently but tells some amusing stories of bis first attempts to learn the English lang which he says is the hardest in the world to He says three things must be given the foreigner on landing in this if he is to be properly assimilated into the citizen ship of a great democratic and that is education and Previous to the the Hamp ton court singers immensely pleased the audience with their quaint mus ical They had to respond to many v 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 Bold in Two 25c and 50c THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK Successors to Telephones K1S and 1231 Sherlock Building CITY AND DISTRICT Removal Johnstone Ritchie have removed their offices to the Acadia Building and will occupy their former premises from the 15th 2083 Death of Little Philip There died in the city this August Philip Henry aged li son of and Horace Fetterly is in charge of the funeral arrangements and the eral will take at 11 oclock to morrow morning with Snow as officiating A sad feature of tills is that only last week and King lost their little daughter four years of Fifteen Styles to Choose from This splendid assortment of Gas Rangesfiom the following well known nknufacturers MOFFATNSTOVE CLARK JEWEL ESTATE STOVE We have the range you want and our prices will please better look them V Consumers Hardware Supply Calgary Appeals of 32 farmers were examin ed by the special tribunal seven being i Lone Butte Queens Stiffield Suffiehl Three Hills and Seven Others were allowed until November 1 Lethbridge Lethbridge Leth bridge Lomond j Lethbridge ICoafdale Seven Per Isons Tracers Vulcan MARKETS BIG MANITOBA CROP will produce bushels of wheat this year on according to super of Immigration and colo nization for the Do Your Feet Perspire If you would have your feet and com use Rexall FOOT POWDER When dustedon to the feet or in shoes and stockings this spe cially prepared antiseptic powd er prevent irritktion and absorb 25c a package Hi lohtiiB Co Planter WhelMile eitd ReUII Phones 151 and 322 Boys In The other day two aged 12 and were brought from Raymond by the charged with forging a cheque for on Bert Kenny of that One of the boys appeared be fore Higinbotham of the juvenile court and was released on suspended The other boy was detained for a hearing at the Childrens Shel The night befoto last he along with another escaped from the shelter and started for his home at A lady driving a car pick ed them up and gave them a The boys however have been taken in tow and are being brought back to Leth They will before the juvenile grain markets today and will remain so Until tile new crop begins to The iflbvement of all grains tons become very Oats closed c higher for October and V4c higherior Flex closed V4c higher Cor October at and Me higher for November and Ic higher Tor Open Close October 84 December 79 I Flax October 417 November 412 December CASH Oats 2 3 Extra 1 Feed 1 84 2 82 3 Flax 1 a Brown will remain in Leth britlge and conduct his painting and paper hanging 2082 Eyes tiring easily Prove Do not wait till serious trouble Have the strain The sooner the Properly adjusted glasses will do We are experts in relieving eye strain and guarantee HENDERSON EYE SPECIALIST AT WRIGHTS JEWELRY STORE IN Grand Dance TO BE HELD IN of HALL August 16th GOOD ORCHESTRA Danclny from to In loving memory of Privates Jonas and Theodore both killed in action on August in the battle of He slumbers altho for him no tended JThe shadows of the dreadful hills drift oer him like a And wild griefs I And fast tears And the pale stars watch the The great wareagles sail the The Rhrapnel plows the The crackling flames of rlflos burn on every hollow mound The bugles And wounded And the even stars wait the He slumbers altho his can never know How brave and clear the tender oyoH which wept to see him go And soft winds And kind snows And the white starp watcli the morn Inserted by their sisters and Josie and Maurice LETHBRIDGE TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL TO BE ADDRESSED BY QUAKER BREAD IS A REAL VICTORY LOAF Q John Gilntore Bakers UAKBR BREAD contalnn 10 of substitutes as required by the Food Theso are barldy corn oat flour and Quaker bread is today a eating and keeping loaf than it ever before the use of The we use give the loaf flavor und it President the Dominion Trades Congress of Canada IN THE LABOR LETHBRIDGE TOMORROW EVENING AUGUST AT OCLOCK Comeand hear the vital questions the day discussed from the viewpoint pf organized x VACATION TIME Spend your idlo hours in touch In on hill and by BOOKS OF THE RIGHT SORT the enveloped choicest spots of The Twentieth Century Book Store IS DISTINCTLY BOOKISH 614 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 STENOGRAPHERS WANTED TO CALL AND SEE THE BYRON TYPEWRITER CABINET Something CARBON HOLDER IN FRONT OF OPERATOR A place for bill heads carbon second WE SUPPLY EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE EVERALL FRANKS OFFICE OUTFITTERS 8INNOTT BLQCK 4TH QTH ;