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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST tm LETHgl 1 IIEIULO FAMILY OF BROTHERS SOME ANOEDOTES OF THE RECENT FIGHTING Canadian Press Correspondent With the Canadian fortes In better one comes to know the Canadians tho more one realizes the band of brothers they There Is no Jealotfsy between divisions Mid brlijado and or battalion and All havo the highest admiration for tho other fol low and most modest conception ol the value of their own particular There is a total absence of They have pride In their force and in the Intense satisfaction that Canadians but there Is nothing tfer eonal about They are part and par eel of a wonderfully efficient each carrying on his alptted Job in humbleness ot Ancedotes of Battle The ancedotetof battle that follow garnered Iii to and are therefore typlcftl otrthe entire orce The diaries ot battaUOn com raanders must teem with theft and In time these will be to the Can adlan people as record ot a gfeat feat of Iftkthe meantime such as these da Thursday when great difficulty was met on our extreme lhe o the ground and aeptn o the enemy defense maA4pf this much harder nut to cfttsK than th comparatively over th prairie tothe Flghtew It was decided that the onl way to advance was to turn tho let Afamous Quebec battallo was entrusted with the They had to take up their position In the dark by the aid only of the maps and Onlymilitary meh PRESERVING A Patriotic Enterprise Our Stock is Fresh and in every the Best By now canning Fruits and Vegetables you are not only assuring a winter supply of fresh fruits and but you are also helping the country s need to conserve foodstuffs and I GEM FRUIT JARS b Reoular On Sale Quart Regular On Sale Half Gallon Regular On Sale PERFECT SEAL JARS Pint Regular On Sale Quart Size Regular On Sale Half Gallon Regular On Sale Jelly per dozen Extra Glass per dozen Fruits and Vegetables 35c Special by Cases M 25c Peaches 2 for Fresh per Ib Crabapples peach boxes Apples for 3 for per basket per basket small or box each hot basket f GREEN WAX f PEACH SPECIAL 50c Cooked Meats arid Provisions J THt CAMA0IAK tAtT LIMITED INENI AREIUES1SA1 Gourlay Toronto and Stern of The Chautauqun A DISASTER ON THE WELLAND CANAL Three gates of Loek Wclland were carried away today when the steamer of the Montreal Transportation rammed the head gates of the Richard reeve of the town of and Look who was standing on one of the head was carried in to the flood which and Carroll has been look master at this point for the last seven His body has not yet been Commorclal Bulletin tomorrow will say The domestic wool situation Is un changed except for the amiounrommit of the government that Ihn fall tip of mohair Is to In In expected that the manufacturers will havo representatives tho futitro on the valuation Supply civilian are reputed suffi cient for another following the canvass by the but the PAGE SEVEN supplies of raw material tor civilian work aro Hkoly to be terr limited lot some months to A BAD Slough day destroyed three ot the mttla ot tho French and Ward Woollen engaged on government nml a hlg stock of cloth for army uni The loan wag estimated at Tho of undetermined was discovered by waWnnran and spread so rapidly that Swifts Swifts Swifts Swifts Swifts Swifts Swifts Swifts Swifts Jellied Premium by piece Premium sliced Premium small whole Premium boned and sliced Ham and Dressing Boiled Ham Minced Ham Pork Specialty Meat Loaf with Macaroni and Cheese Tongue 67c 60c 43c BSc 65o 60c 35o 35c 35e 60C J SATURDAY SPECIAL f Cloverdale per SOc Ijresh Eggs and Newly Butter at lowest market price for best We have all the nsceisary Substitutes to go with Standard Flour Corn Flour Fine Oat Barley Save White It Is no hardship to use any of Overseas Mailing Boxes TWO STRONG AND LIGHT CAPABLE OF CARRYING THE REGULATION 7 2 25c FAMILY GROCERS Phones 1453 and 1365 Best of Service The Highest Quality Only The Lowest Pnces Food Control License 82408 can understand the difficulty th At oclock in th appointed thej were on their ground whence thej advanced and took the fore Ins the enemy line in this sector tc fall with trifling losses to usj One officer had a bet with anothe that he would be In the Boche divis ional headquarters at Ohesnil first on Thursday It was a wild and was not settled until Friday morn Ing when tho winner actually took possession of the while his troops were still fighting at the far end of the He captured the entire enemy div isional Shortlyafter the loser came along and had to content him self with humbler This was nine miles from the starting point of Thursday Manitoba Unit The advance of a Manitoba battal1 ion was the recprd of the being more than twenty thousand yards from our front One officer fell while leading on his men against a machine gun nest that was establish ing the Come he We dont care for machine He bore five wound Another battalion was directed to take a The colonel found it alive with making it impossible to pass without being mown down by mach ine The first three companies were engaged and could not broken The colonel got hold of the fourth company and personally or ganized an attack on a corner of the wood in face of a heavy machine gun That portion of the wood was making it possible the other companies to proceed toward their objective and outflank the entire compelling its garrison tc Dodged Airships While marching dqjyn a road this battalion was attacked by 18 German flying low and swooping the road with machine gun order was given for the men to scatter and not one was A cavalry squad ron galloping down the same road also escaped withouta One summing up the said it was the best organized show he had The arrangements were and worked without a Within twentyfour hours of the the men reported to replace them and the supplies came through as regularly as in the Kerr and CLARKE AND fcttlftdefl luncheon todny over the Herbs the community who Is lecturing on the vice prnsldont of the Toronto board ofHnule and Walter Stern superintendent of tho Chautau wee the guests of tho business menvot the Mayor llardlc presid ed over the Qpurlay In a fcv remarks the audience that he was one the eighteen signatories against the reci procity He explained that in 1911 the people ot tlio tnitod States did not understand and appreciate the and as tlio Canadians would be In In the pro posed pact It would have been a very doubtful commercial But since that time 5anada lias proven to the world that her men arc a unit in in splrltand In their Today we can enter into a business deal with any Country secure in the knowledge that the worth of Canada and Canadians is and we would be entering tho on an even And in view this possi Gourlay had a word of encouragement for Stand ing as It does at one of the gateways to the great whence thousands upon thousands of Americans will In the future even more freely in the Lethbridge has a brilliant and it is up to the business men of the city to meas ure up to the opportunity and the re sponsibility it Herbsman has been heard in Lethbridge and the people have not forgotten He is a community who believes every Lethbridge resident should be loyal to Lethbridge and should have a vision of what Lethbridge should grow to be in the The ethical side of the he is being well looked after in the and churches and the The commercial and industrial future are founded on the agricultural and it is therefore incumbent on the business menof country to make the greatest agricultural development of which tho splendid district is pos Herbsman further empha sized the point made by that Lethbridge isone gate ways to the and the opportunity thus afforded should he He out some of the things Leth jbridge sneli as a new a modern city and a solution of the taxation In this regard ho advocated turning the unused sub divisionsinto a community farm as Swift Mouse Jaw and some other western cities He urged the strongest possible cooper ation of the business men ot the city and community to deal with afterthe war opportunities so that Lethbridge might take its proper place in the And above all he urged the people of Lethbridge to be loyal to Lethbridge and to have a vision for its NEW STORE IRE Take Whole Ground Floor of New Acadia Block For Their Business V After having been closed since the disastrous Acadia block fire last Clarke and dry goods and ladies are opening their new tore in the same block on Saturday Jternoon to what Clarke confld ntly expects will bo a larger custom nan Clarke is expecting igger business in to liat end he has shown his faith by aking the whole ground floor of the lock for his business A splendidly arranged store 50 feet by 125 feet will greet Clarkes fiends when they call upon htm on Saturday after two One of he big changes is seen in the front of the There two large windows divided by the setIn entrance stretch across the entire front of the The windows a depth of 11 feet giving a splendid space on each side of the entrance in which to display Another feature of the new store will be the rest room in the southeast corner of the Clarke invites the ladles of the city and district to make use of this Clarke la very anxious that ladles feel free to make use of the It is being nicely fitted up and will be quite Clarke Is carrying all his old and Is extending considerably in the millinery and childrens wear special sections for which have been set The ready to wear section takes up most of the east side of the and a fine display of the seasons latest is already on Altogether the new store is a credit to and Clarke hopes to grow with the city until a much larger establishment is needed to meet the CATCH OF COD SMALL fishery news from Labrador is very discour aging and indicates that the catch of cod is likely to the smallest or many letters were received by the department by aerial mail from Toronto The letters which were dispatched by officers in the school of aeronautics at Toronto to officers in the militia de were posted at 9 in They were received by the militia department at regular mail The mail aeroplane left Toronto at 10 and reached the Rockliffe Ran Ottawa at A stop was made at ON A CHARGE OF ATTEMPTED MURDER Prince Robert Hamilton of tho Shellbrook was brought to the local jail having been committed to stand trial on a charge of attempted The provincial police have not yet obtained the but it is understood that who is said to be a tried to shoot Stir firing two shots at him with a shot both attempts Stir ling got away from hia No information is available as to Ham iltons reason for the FRENCH MISSION GOING TO AUSTRALIA French headed by Albert who died of apoplexy soon after arriving at a Pacific port last is enroute to Australia to discuss war time ques tions with officials tttere at the special invitation of the Australian govern The visitors passed through Washington recently and during the long Journey across the continent stopped at several middle western and western WINNIFRED MAN IS WOUNDED Johnson of who enlisted In the has been wounded la f I I Queen Quality DRESSES AND COATS FOR WOMEN I i 000 New Suits for Theyll sell themselves Big Stock of Mens New Fall Well made from best materials on the All thu Clothing is of Superior Excellence ir THAEJX CUSTOM TAILOR 608 South I my CASH Prizes for Boys Girls The Herald Will Give in Prizes for the Best Essays on the Subject N Why Patronise Home Dealers in Preference to the Mail Order 1 The competition is open to boys and girls up to and including 16 years of Two prizes will be given for the best essays by boys and and mcludmg 12 years of age and two prizes for those sent m by boys and 16 years of age and The younger girls and boys to be eligible for prizes for both First Second Prize In each I There will be two prizes each and two y Essays of any length i Judges president of the hoard of and W chairman retail section of the board of Essays must be in by August and should be addressed to The Buy it 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