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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NO3DHEIMER PIANOS t EDISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIROIA MUSIC CO, LTD. "Evcrythiig Musical" S15 Street South Phonj 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD] GEOfeGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th 3. Phone 1W3 Prompt and Reliable Work Dihie Reaiorv. ibk Prices. For Tomorrow SPRING CHICKEN, BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, COOKED MEATS ALL THE BEST AND JUST IN FROM THE FARM DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452% Canada Food Board License Number Use Penjlar Tread Easy Foot Powder During tlie summer montbs you will be walbliig more than ever, and if will shake a siiiall quantity, Fensitir Tread Easy in your shoes each step Tvill be one oC ease. Don't suffer from tmriiins perspiring feet whea such a relief Is so easy to obtain. SOLD IN LARGE StFTEk CANS AT 25c THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd, NEXT DALLAS 'HOTEL :Store PHONE 1U7 1 "the. -and the Ariglo-Jauanese !AHiince" was of a power- ful speech by Y. Minakuchi yes- teriday afternoon, in which cleared many false impressions and-pre- commonly prevalent repardiog Dr. soon convinced hearers that these pnints of difference greath magn'fiert that the uraagmed betneea the cast and is not hopeless, and if pains are tafcea to discover differences, ot the same trouble their siinilart ity .may be found U is not b> mutual that any mutual appre- ciation of each otber may be armed at. .German Propaganda. Dr. Minakuchi declares that a greal; deal of the lack of fur aheap" and the continuarcaUing attention to .Ihe difference between' them by vel- low Journals is the result of German propaganda, rhc peole of the west should help the people from the east spirit not of'patronage, which is a product of imperial ism, but the end fraternal spirit of real democracy The watch word of America is progress, its.religion looks toward the future: .that of the Far East the past The real foundation of democracy rests on the character or the people themselves; not only must the nation be physicall) prepared but she muit also be and morall) pre- Grand Dance TO BE HEUD IN 'K. of P. HALL Friday, August 16th GOOD ORCHESTRA Dancing from 9.00 to 2.00 Hay Feed F. 0. HYDE CO. 2nd Ave and'lkh' SL A PHONE 1244. LETHBRIDOE M tARLOW'S EAT ARKET Phone 796 1110 Sixth" Avenue S. Yoa're Sure at the Sanitary Shop Sure you're safe and of'gfc work. WESTBROOK BROS, Opposite Bank of Montreal -''THEFINEST MEATS Are As Near As Your K R7 Coultry Phone 492 Canada Food Board LTcenae 1 :Number Ghautauqua Programme Saturday" Goose Chaulau- Afternoon Dramatic "Polty of the Annie Therest Closing Concert. The Kaffir Boys assisted' and d'recled1 by J. H; Balmer, the celebrai- ed traveler" and' explorer, and Miss of RhodesIaT pared. The next stage must be a full recognition of spiritual affinity, a re- cognition that the whole world is aWn. A real cause Tor apprehension Is the pliigne fcnown'as German.propaganda in which Germans has been circulat ing the reports of ;ar possible war be- tween: America ;und. As an- il- lustration he gayp the case of the Jap- anese school .Question in'San Fran- cisco agitated by the mayort nameii Schmidt, who was later imprisoned. The wesjt lias'intiulged In all manner of allegations regarding ;bo Japanese entry into ndwilling to recog- nize England's right lo call upon.her. But in the Second'Anglo-Japanese Al- liance drawn ujj' in, 1505' one clause provided that if "by reason'Of qri un- provoked attack on the part or any power the.contracting party "would cpme its ally by mutual, .agreement. .Thus England call 'upon Japan and Japan could not shirk the'responslbilities" of her treaty, which she did not regard as a mere scrap of paper. In 1911 this assure Ameri- cans that" America intentions of dragging. England Into an American- Japanese war. .War The .speaker went on to explain how such a war would be Impossible, Japan is a poor nation, she has no war. Her national, indebt- edness just after the Russo-Japanese war was So now 35 cents of every must gn to the gnvernment of Japan for a lary tax. The United Slates is the big- gest, accreditor of.Japan to-day. Also the .United States i5 the best and fin: 63! customer ol Japan, cent, of Ler silks coming from Japan, It would be, poor business policy to give up an annual-casir (fiue of Japan and America am united by tics br fnendshIp. Japan has kept her pledged word with respect to free Im- rnlgralionjo America and the result la now; tbat- tliere -are more Japanese leaving.tfae'weJtern coast than arriv- the claim ol German propagandists ttfit Japan was the peril, was Japan or 'source orjhe 'greates! the speaker" demanded. -Japan has hererTlolatcd any of her international Her Rus- sian war were Irealecl so well tffat many of IhGni upon-their, release ashed to be allow- ed (o remain in Japan, which-accounts for the early re-establishment of friendly relations between Jarian and Russia; He that the Jap- anese'were Jusl asreinollonal and ro- mantic as the people nf Hie that they had not the auner-senstfcillty 'of which they -were accused but only a sense'of Xgnteous; Indignation. commercial success in Manchuria was quite legitimate and not, t'n any war underhanded. i In order (o bring about a reality fa our national ideas and a reconciliation the East and tlie West must common language, the English -'Ian- guage, and-onc cofnmoa applied failn, reMMon, whSch should be the common IfnV between the right time when the greal comes, each nation must be b tit into Ha place and unlle in thought and action under the good guidance of the Master. The lime- rauat come, con- cluded Dr. Minaltuchl, lor "behind the tiim unknown slandeih God 'keepj-j" watch above Tho Indies' Symphony delightful muifc ivilh a iruiy sympathetic elation, v- FOR THE WEEK END WE ARE GETTING IN .QUITE AN ASSORTMENT OF FHESH FRUITS FOR THE" WEEK END. WE ARE QUOTE SOME VERY! GOOD PRICES, LOOK THEM OVER, SOME OF THESE LINES AHE N'EARLY FINISHED, SUCH-AS BLUEBERRIES, APRICOTS AND BLACKBERRIES. APRICOTS, In 4 basket jast, per case 12.35 Ptr 60c BLUEBERRIES, in IS Ib. balkel, per basket Per BLACKBERRIES, If any arrive, lowest market price, PEACHES, percale................. B. C. TOMATOES, per 4 Per basket Per Ib...................................'. 1SV NEW POTATOES, per cvrt................ W.IS 6 Ibs. for................................ NEW CABBAGE, per PEACH PLUM, J2.15 Per SPECIAL ON LARD FOR FRIDAY AND SATUR- DAY ONLY 3s, pure tard, per pnll.................. St.03 5s, pure lard, S1.E9 10s, pure lard, 20s, pure tard, per pall ONTARIO CHEESE.'per 16.-.'.............. 26c PURE PEACH 4 Ib. tin per tin Tfc CANNED MILK, Ay liner Brand, guaranteed gov- ernment test, tin..................... 130 large Binji, dried, fine when cooked. P.er Ib................................... Per 25 Ib. box EVAPORATED APRICOTS, 10 Ib. box, each EXCELSIOR DATES, per pkt...............200 CUCUMBERS, each 09c ;.i SMALL PICKLING .CUCUMBERS, per case A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF GREEN VEGETABLES. GREEN PEAS, GREEN BEANS, CAULIFLOWER. ...SWEET CORN, GRtEN ONIONS, ETC. LOWEST WARKET.pRICE WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW THERE IS A-REASON. WE STILL HAVE A FEW OF OUR AUGUST CATALOGUES, YOURS FOR-.THE ASKING THE GOOD gO. LIMITED Cash Grocers CANADA poon BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 9-599 Phoifc-SZS Winnipeg, Aug. yras-na change in the cash market from the last few daj-s. Trading is-llght, there being rcractieaHy po offerings of.any kind. A 'Oats closed }Jc higher for October anil higher for December. Flax closed higher for Oclo- ber; higher'for Noyemoer, and 'Open Close S3'ii December October ......'.........419.- December................ CASH PRICES.- No. 2 1X0.. Extra Feed i NO. 3 c. Fiai- So. 1 N. CaJgary Livestock marked'a retord run of cattle .at .the :ito.ck, yards today and every pen and alley is'full.' liiere being at least ihcee thousand, head in, .beef callle .and and aa the buyers are -not bidding on beef sleere" under 1200 pounds, movement is not remain, around tie same as i'eslerdaj% 514.50 for the nest.staff. There.are aoont 700 head of hogs in today and the. price has risen, totJ20.40. .'There was-a shipment.of 5W) steer's- from the with offices in llie JIcDonald block. Trib'linal Results 'Tile following cases were decided Iv the Calgary tribunal: Disallowed: M L. Small, Burdett; allowed uutil Nov 1st: J. A. Hos'si. Warner. Lost YoV CcrtiricatcT 1 Registration certificates belonging to..lho following are in 01 the city police: A. A. Anderson, John Petlley, Clara and Lars KegdernJ of Grassy Lafce, Johnnie Noble, Peter Popovitcli and Avilda Matlieson. Visits Coutfs Also President Marnocu' o[ the Board of Trade accompanied by Mr. Shinnick, an official of the railway commission, i is in Coutts today on matters connect- proposed change in rail- way time tables. ;J. C. Wattcri-Tonight. i A large.attendance "of. union men of; the city is eipecle'd (onight at the Lahor Temple, when J. C. Walters, vice-presidSnt of the Trades and Labor Congress of Canada..will speak. Mr. Walters is going through the city on hja iray home from a ventlo.ii at Denver-anf is lakiog, the opportunity of discussing. labor prob- lems with the men'of organized labor here. This is the secondalme he'has appeared in LethbHdge and as be Is a fluent a large turnout Is ex- pected lonlght.-- IN Fn loving memory of Corp. P. K Gardiner of the 113lh Battalion, who died august ISth, im'ol wounds re- ceived at Loos, on Hill TO on-Aiigust lalh. 't'' For.freedom's cause in Fjanders And in God aWe we comfort seek. For life is hut a field _o( tiaitle, That" to everyone ;Is' given; And we may by fighting upward gain, Tbat meeting p1ace.-hr.Heinren.-v Inserted by hls.Drothere and sisler'a. W. n." Brown wlHreraaln In Lelh- bridge and hia 'palntlii'g and paper hangihg-buslncas; 408-2 Removal Nclice. Jlessra. Ritchie have removed their offices lo ,lhe Act'dla Building and will occiipy their" former premises froo the 15th Inslant. '208-3 ,A dance will be held in Burgmann's ball, 13th slreet north, every Satur- day night. -Two-piece' prcheatra (n at- tandahce. li. Burginnnn (h charge. Chnta 75 cents; ladles free with er- of the war [ai, Pickling PrcservingNotes It is not always, -ylsdoin to SPICES in large quantity unless they are to be used wtthinSa reasonable period as the on which their value depends arc liable to be dissipated, kept la well or glass containers. We carry practically a .full )ist ot both the ordinary and the rarer Spices, which- arc hard to pblaln'.at the present moment on'account of tjie dif- ficulties surrounding ocean" carriers of such PICKLING SPICES, PICKLING' MIXTURES, FRUIT, JAR POUND, PARAFFtNE WAX (half and one pound PARCHMENT PAPER, ETC., ETC., ETC.' N Phones 3Jz REPRESS tlort from Swiii -Irani., milled In in offislii" psSsh ioiiax- the Aiittrlan government, yielding In friMtirt, haj deeldtd iiln.tnrf tevere measvrft to repress ths move-" ment. House .Changes'Hands J. E. Terrill has disposed of-his comfortable little .bungalow on llth St.'S. (p A. N. Kessler of the city who tapes Several other wles.ot city nropertyhave recently, indlcating-a healthy tone in tho-rcal estate market so far as-im- proved property li concerned. Death of infant There 'died in the city yesterday August George SlovinsW, aged 7 months. The funeral will take place Patrick's church to- morrow (Saturday) at 10.30 ana inter- ment will take-place In SL Patrick's cemetery. Funeral arrangements are in charge ot T. s. Fetterly. Veterans Meeting An Important meeting of Ihe veter- ans will be held in the club rooms tonight when W.J. Dyson, vice- president -of the Dominion organiza- tion will .be present and will speak. A number of important matters wjll be up for discussion, and a big attend- ance of the members is looked for. Tonight A meeting of the executive of the Golf Club and as many of the memliera as can attend Is being held tonight at the links at nine o'clock to discuss matters ot importance, 'Among the subjects to be discussed will be the proposed new club house. Members are asked to accept intimation. Much Impressed Robert S. Gourlay, president of Gourlay, Winler and Learning, piam 1 manufacturers, is in' the city from (Toronto, visiting the local agency, ol i tlie company. nc expressed himself to tho Herald as 'bcins greatly Im- I pressed with the improvements tn [he Icily and the air of solid prosperity In the commercial life of Lethbridee., Bady Hail Slorrn. Word received by business mcn'fn tlio city today laaha! iho Oraniim dis- trict was visited by a disastrous storm last night east of Ihat town. A strip five miles wide was cleaned out, !ha damage'being auout 100 per cent; Hotween I.ethbridge and Klpp late" (n the evening a heavy hailstorm also slrurit, but the damage'was little as there are tew. crops in that district. By False .T. 11. Topping, who haa a crime record In North Dakota and.also'-In Medicine Hat, appeared beforft Magis- trate Irwin in tlie city police court ILL LIKE QUAKER John i Giimore Li'miied: Bakers USB mlsliirrj of Sutisiltulcs-ln irjualicr .Bread. Birley] (lour gives flavor. Corn flour helps4 Ihe'colo'r, Oaljflour and .jOalmeal 'keeps IBelqaf Quaker bread.ls mighty'' good bread you arc helping lo save -wheat'when you serve Quaker bread on Fifteen Styles to from This siilendld assortment of Gas llanges from -the following well McCLARY'S LONDON, MOFFAT STOVE CO. CLARK JEWEL; CO. l. ESTATE STOVE CO. HAMILTON, OHIO. We have the range ;rou' want and our prices will please Vettcr look Ihem orer. Consumers Hardware Supply Co. (his morning charged >vllh obtaining I money liy false pretenses.' He passed a cheque .for 55" tearing a fictitious name on n. "Toji- ping pleade'd guilty -'and was sent to jail for. Retlaw Garage Burned Word of a disaSirous 'flrc.at Retlaw was received in_.iiiu. .city (his morn- ing. The sarage 'bdrjnging Ip J. Russell was liurued to the. ground, and number of cars 'constfmcd. The total losl (s placet) at of which 'was covered by (naur- aace. The cause- at Urn fire- Is" un- known, Mr. Russell was .slightly uiira- edJn liic1 blaze. Should Not Sell Stock A. Ross of Markeryille, AUa.f Is in (own for a. briel He hag just completccl -artOur ot the north1 country regarding conditions ami dis- tricts most suitable-to feed and "win- ter atocfef He advises Ihe the-south lo not dispose of con- and along with the efforts ol the "Kovernroent further informatttni' can be had by seeing or communicaUng.with.hlni at once. .Card .of Thanks Sir. and Mrs. C, C. II. ShTppobotham wish to thank tlielr raany friends for [heir kind sympathy showrt in recent sad lereaveinont and for the- inahy hcautiful Horal' Katli-' er and mother, wreath; C. P. R. wreath; Mrs. Mrs. J..B. Barclay. Mrs.'J.'-W, Craig, J.TDougall, Mrs..R. J, Mrs. Glfford, Mrs, ynd Mrs.. It, Johnson. Sir., and Jfrs.- Payne, Lawn Bowling Pairs tournament-for- prize bowfs; rrelfmhiary Clark and Shov-' er .versus Falrley nnd -Macllvcnna aud Evcrall vs. Llscombif Scott and Palmer vs? Hutton and Chancy; 4, Ward and SlYon- ach vs. SIosscv and Flcclwood. -First of No. I vs.' Uvle and Palerson; winners of N'o. 2 vs. Willets aud Stromlsky; winners of 3 vs. Clark and 61 Xo. 4 vs. Jonea Prelim- inary round must he p'a'yeil'bfT AuV. 23rd and fjfst round by August 30th. Fire which broke out In the Smirioy In London, Oril., .did damage estimated" at. to -R'. branch :of Penman's Limited; Alloy and Scotland KiUls. The principal damage; was ,done to Penmnn's LSmitedl. The loss is cover- cd by insurance. LETHBRIDGE TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL President ,6t Ihe Dominion Trades Congress ot IN TOE LABOR' HALL, LETHBRIDGE TONIGHT x FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, AT 8.00 OTLOCK the vital questions of tho rlny dlacusaed'tnlitj orgalilzed lalror. VACATION TIME Snend yoyr Idle IjourB.fn touch vilh nature, )ri mountain, Tallsr. on hUrnricr by f BOOKS OF f HE RIGHT SORT lite, enveloped the .choicest spoil of earti. The Twentieth Century'Book Store IS pISTINCTt-V PHONE WANTED CABINEf new, CARBOjJ'iHOLUBR IN PriONTOF'bPBRAT'rtn er eclo" TO SO! SUPPLY EVERYTHINQ FOR THE OFFICE EVERALL FKANKS OFFICE OUTFITTERS 8INNOTT BLOCK cn, 4tn''AVE. i. 5TH St. ;