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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta II NORPHEIMER PIANOS *0I80N PHONOGRAPHS .ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everythino Musical" S15 8th Street South Phone 1545 GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th Street S. Phone 14 for these countries, having a large surplus of this metal. U is said that the Japanese government could deliver copper to the ship. Duilding concerns on the Pacific Coast It a price equal to the cost of shipping It across the continent. Lieut. George W. Gorman, of the H. A.F.. son of Sam J. Gorman, of Edmonton, is reported missing. Hay & Feed F.O.HYDE&CO. Cor. 2nd Ave. and 12th St. A. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE ARLOW'S EAT ARKET Phone 796 " 1110 Sixth Avenue 8. M You're Sure at the Sanitary Shop Sure you're safe and of good work. WESTBROOK BROS. Oppoalte Bank of Montreal Next Week A nice line of meats vrtll be brought in from our slaughter" house Monday morning. Let us have your orders for a week and see how you lilce our service. R. Coultry Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market Canada Food Board License Number 8-28(593. cs Influence of Air Work Having EflFect on Highed Education ^ in England London. .\ug. 17.-Several large sums of money have been given recently to leading Knglish universities for the establishment of professorships in. aeronautics, it is announced. The University of London maiie an announcement Thursday that it not only had accepted a gift, but proposed to start almost immediately systematic work in the science of aeronautics, as soon as a suitable appointment can be made to the chair. Two years ago when some of the oldest colleges and universities like Oxford and Cambridge were taken over in connection with the traiuing of air pilots, there were some misgivings in educational circles over invasion of scholastic haunts, but since that time several leading educators have issued statements declaring that this iuvasion is "no more than a symbol of the ren^aaissance of learning and an adaptation of old learning to modern needs." Although universities still maintain that the old colleges will be restored to their traditional use after the war. it appears evident that the influence of aeronautical work noy being done there will have a lasting effect on higher education in England. jfl-ready some of the more modern universities are discussing the practicability of offering, a special degree in aeronautics, in connection with special courses of teaching. These courses would be aimed at combining the work of experimentalists and theorists with that of practical fliers in the development of what is destined to become a big factor In industrial and national life. The influence of the colleges and universities also is having its effect on the lower technical SQhools throughout Great Britain. The schools are planning to offer courses in elements of aeronautics by which, after general technical work for one" year, the student can branch off into the more specialized subjects connected with the science and art of flying. BIG E Calgary, Aug. 18.-A twenty-five cents per day IncreaBO from August 1 in the wages of miners has been fixed by tho commission appointed to inquire into the.cost/3f living as affecting tho coal mining area of Alberta and southPSBtprn British Columbia. This last increase of 25 cents dally is based upon sworn "prices of certain staple commodities, as of April 1, 1918 and August 1. 1918, and the basis of rentals, fuel and light is the average obtaining at different mining campi. i Undertaking I' IMPROVED METHODS aro adopted by us as soon as their value is firmly established. In the perfomanqe of our duties as . Undertakers and Licensed Embahners' AU .modern aids approved by science or good taste are in use, and we have no hesitation in claiming that we can give the best service at the most reasonable cost. OLDEST ESTABLISHED FIRM IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA. WE MANUFACTURE CASKETS 334 SIXTH STREET 8, T. S. Fetterly phone 561 Winnipeg. t\ug. 17.-The;-c was a freer oiforing of oats at today's session than has been in evidence for several days past. The demand was good for the two top grades during the early part of the morning, but fell away during tho last hour. Oats closed 1-Sc higher for October, and 3-Sc higher for December. Flax closed 3 3-4c higher tor October; l-2c higher for November and l-2c higher for December. Winnipeg Markets . Oats- Open. Close. October .......... �3% S4 December ........ 79Ts SO'i Flax-October .......... 425 425 November ........ 417 415 December............ 409 /- Cash Prices Oats-No. 2 C. \V...................120 Barley-No. 3 C.W...120 No. 4 C.W...115 New York Stocks New York. Aug. 17.-Closing sales; ; C. P. it. 136 1-2; C. S. Steel.-110 5-S; ; U. S. Steel, Pfd., Ill 1-2. i F TRADE MAY VISIT NOBLE You too Will Delight in this non-oily tissue cleansing cream of rotre^shiug fragrnuco which as so ror.dily absorbed, and ideal for a skin inclined to be i�-y. PENSLAR VANISHING CREAM Affords the necessary moisture which elimimitea a shiny surface, softening and beautifying tho skin at the same dime. Sold In Two Sizes, 25c and 50c THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Sueeeitors to Jackson &. Co. Telephones 5S5 and 1232 - Sherlock Building CITY AND DISTRICT Ball Game Tonight Tabor and I^ethbrldgo play ball at tho Athletic park'horo tonight. Casualties W. A. Cowling, of^ High River and T. A. Flood, Foremost, arc in the casualty lists today us wouiulod. E.astern�M.Tn to Preach E. A." Robertson, of Woltvlllo Ilnl-voraity, Nova Scotia, will conduct both services iit the First Baptist Church on Sunday. Death of Infant There died in the city on Saturday, August 17, Andenagitt Hopilitc Andcn-aet, aged 8 months, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ahyeif Andenaet. Tho funeral will be hold on .Monday at 2 p.m. to St. Patrick's church. Interment in tho R, C. cemetery. IMackay and Mnckay in charge. � J It is possible that the members of the Lellibridgo board of trade will pay j a visit to the Noblefora and Monarch; districts next week. The farmers of. these districts through Jlr. Noble, j have extended an invitation to the; Lethbridge business men to come out \ and see something that will take the : gloom from their face.s. There is no i heed to be down in the mouth about I anything says Mr. Noble, and he says' he can show the men harvesting, threshing, and plowing all going on at the same time next Wednesday. He says the Nobleford and Jlonnreh districts will have somp mighty good crops considering the year, and thinks the business men ought to take the opportunity of going out to see them. PREMIER STEWART TO PAY OFFICIAL VISIT TO THE CITY On Tuesday next Premier Charles Stewart will visiV Lethbridge. This will be Preinier 3le,wart's first official visit to the city since he succeeded to the premiership. His visit is in line Vfith his announced policy of visiting the various parts of the,province as often as possible and thiA keeping in close touch with the people and conditions. He had arranged to visit the city last spring anfi had set the day but his visit was postponed, owirtg to a sudden call to leave for England with the western premiers. However his visit now is expected to be all the more interesting for he has since visited England and tUe battle zone in France and will he able to give first hand impressions of the war. Arrangements are being made for a public meeting on Tjiesday evening at 8.30 in the Y. M. C. .^. auditorium when the people of Lethbridge are invited to come and meet the premier. As Premier Stewart Is president of Pickling and Pre servmg Notes It is not always wisdom to purchase  SPICES in large quantity unless they are to be used within a reasonable period as the volatile ingredients. on which their value depends are liable to be dissipated, unless kept in well sealed, tin or glass containers. We carry practically ,a full list of both the ordinary and the rarer Spices, many of which are hard to obtain at the present moment on account of the difficulties surrounding the ocean carriers of such commerce. PICKLING SPICES, PICKLING MIXTURES, FRUIT JAR RINGS, CAMP'S CANNING COM-POUND, PARAFFINE WAX (half and one pound packets), PARCHMENT PAPER, ETC., ETC., ETC. JLB.Hi�iibtthaiii^Go -- Limitod Wh�lMal� ard Retail Chemlat* Phones 1515 and 322 Foresters' Picnic The t.wo orders of the .\. O. F. (Court Star and Court Unity) arc holding a combined picnic at tlie river bottom tomorrow (Sunday.) Court Star meiubers wtill meet nt the Oddfellows' hall and Court Unity at St. Mary's at 9.30 a.m. The relatives of any members in khaki are also invited. Bring your own baskets of eatables, drinks will be provided. Dissolve Partnership AnnounccmiMit is made Ihut tho firm of Henderson, Rcid and Palerson, chartored nccoiintant.'!. ha.s been (li.i-^ solved, and is succeeded liy the now itirm of Ritchie Patcrson and Compai\y. 'Mr. Paterson has been in charge of the older company'^ offices here and at Medicine Hat for several vnar.s. during which time; ho has been in charge of the city's audits. Ducks! Ducks!! Ducks!!! WHY POSTPONE BUYING AMMUNITION? WE have A few 'cases each of THE FOLLOWING LINES WHICH we CAN-NOT REPLACE,at ANY PRICE, IF YOU PREFER AMERICAN MADE SHELLS-BUY NOW. / Box Case U.M.C. "Remington" Smokeless Shells, 12 gauge ....$1,35 �24,50 "Ely's," "Grand Prix" or "Balllstlte," 12 gauge...... 1.25 23.00 Peter's "Target" Shells, 12 gauge ................. 1.45 26.B0 Peter's "Premier" Shells, 12 gauge..... ........... 1.60 27.00 Peter's "Referee" Shells, 12 gauge ............... 1.20 v21.60 Peter's "High Gun" Shells. 12 gauge ............... 1.60 27.00 Peter's "Ideal" High Brass Base Shells ............ 1,76 32,00 AVo also have half a dozen high grade shot guns nt before tho war prices; these should interest you. Thon wo havo shooting coats, caps, waders and all tho accessories. 22 Short Cartridges, American makes, black powder......25c. box Smokeless powder.................................. 30c bo.x Consumers Hardware and Supply Conipany About That Essay Have you written your cssny on "WTiy Patronize Homo Dealers" in the Lethbridge Herald contest? Remember the nssay contosi Is open to any boy or girl under 1(1, anywliore, hiot only 'In Lclhbridgo but outside. Re-I member, also, that $25 is being offered in prizes, it is an easy subject to write on. and you should write your essay at once and .send it into the Buy at Home Editor, the Herald, the Returned Soldiers Commission in the province it Is expected there will be a large attendance of veteran.s. The visit is under the auspices ot\ the Board .of Trade, and has no political algnincance, so everyone is invited to attend. It js possible that Hon. C. R. Mitchell may accompany the premier. ' went on STRIKE Montreal, .\ug. 17.-One hundred and fifty employes of the Dominion Triinsport Company went out on strike yesterday because two df tho employees had bean dismissed. Some'^of tho men remained at \vorl to tlic autoists inul auto club to soo that these roads are located where tliey will bo of tho greateal advantage. Individual application to the government will h.ive little or no v.olght and it will bo onl.v by concorlod and ('o-operallvo effort that we can accomplish mucli with the government in h,aving this schedule made up so our liigliways will be cla-ssKlod- (o tlio greatest advantage. There is not an individual in tills district' to whom the question of public highways is not of groat importance and all should interest theniBOl-Ves in the work being carried on by the local auto club. A raeoting will be hold in the Board nt Trade rooms Monday evening at S o'clock at which this act will be discussed as well as general road conditions and construction. Every farmer and business man in Una district is urged to attend. News received by the board of trade from tho department of (ho interior Ihul Mold surveys will be proceeded with over tho proposed Lethbridge noflhcrn irrigation project, to find out whether it is reasonably possible to carry the water that is available in tho Old Man River to a greater nuniv ber of farms than was contemplated in tlic original surveys, it had appeared tliat it might be impossible to carry on such work uiidor the present economies- being practised under war time financing, but urgent representntiona wore made by the Iron Springs farm-, ocs who hud a resolution on the sub-Joel, botoro tiie Western Canada Irrigation Association at the Nelson raeoting and Mr. .'\larnoch, who is a vice-president of that associution has been following tho matter up closely, with the result thai it is now learned that Mr. Peters, the conimissionor of irrigation, ha.s 1)00)1 instructed to proceed willi the surveys. GRIFFITH'S CONTRIBUTION TO BAT AND BALL FUND Chicago. Aug. 17.-Through the efforts of Chirk C. Grifilth, manager and owner of the Washington Americans, a total of $102,084.44 lias been raised for tho Soldier But and Ball fund within tho last fifteen months. , Tho latest statement shows that' $93,077.05 was spent between April 20, a917 ;iiid July 15. liilS, leaving u balance of a trifio more than $9,000. Of the amount disbursed $03,865.29 was tor the purchase of baseball outfits alone. The equipment was sent to I'Yance and camps in this country. Tho expense of advertising. Including postage, was close to $20,000, Go-operate With Great Falls Though the U. S. government has ruled that the daily mall service from Great "'l^alls to Sweot Grass must bo continued, tho Great Falls Chamber of Commerce is being interested in the controversy over the railway service between Lethbridge and Great Falls, and coniniunicatlons are passing between tho 16cal board of trade and tho business men's organization of the Miontana city in order' to prevent a reduction in the service which links up tho two cities. CARD of THANKS Mr. and Mrs. Horace King wish to thank their many friends for their kind sympathy shown them in tlioir sad bereavement and for the many beautiful floral tributes: Wreath, mother and father: sprays, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Ryan, Mr. ahd Mrs. Gordon Watt, Wostbrook Bros., Mrs. E. Soady, Mr. and Mrs. E. Sticklcy, Mr. and ^Ir8. Sid Itussell, Mr. and Mrs. Rdr Harding, Tlie Kentishmen's Association, Mrs. Heath and Mrs. A. McCorv-ijc, Mr, and Mrs. Wellsman and iMi;'. and Mrs. Albert Holt. ANNOUNCEMENT Removal Notice.' Messrs. Johnstone &. Ritchie Iiave removed tlieir offices to tho Acadia Building and will occupy their Tonnor promises from the 15th instant. 208-3 Business Men's LUNCHEON Commencing Monday next we'will serve a business men's lunch fvom 11.30 till 2.00. Soup, fish, relish, choice of meats and choice of desserts tor The menu and sorvlco 'Will make this a popular luncheon. WE EMPLOY ALL WHITE HELP the Silver Grill CORNER FOURTH AVENUE AND FIFTH STREET /I A Real Conservation Loaf is Quaker Bread Q John Gilmore Limited Bakers UAKBR BREAD is a b