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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOttBHEIMCR PIANOS PHONOGRAPHS .ASSIN15OIA MUSIC CO, LTD. "Everything Musical" 115 6th Street Sputh Phon; IMS LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD! GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 9M llth S. Phone 1M3 Prompt and Reliable-Work Done at able Fbr Tonight SPRING CHICKEN, BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, COOKED MEATS ALL THE BEST AND JUST IN FROM THE FARM DELANY'S Meat Co. t Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food Board License Number Use Penslar Tread Easy Foot Powder During summer months you will be walking more than ever, and will shake a small quantity of Penslar Tread Easy in your sfloes each step will be one or ease. Don't suffer from burning and perspiring feet when such a relict is so easy to obtain. SOLD IN LARGE-SIFTER CANS AT 25c THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. DALLAS HOTEV PHONE Keeping Down the Cost of Living is Quite a Problem these Days OWING TO OUR LARGE TURNOVER WE ARE BUYING IN LARGER QUANTITIES AS HERETO- FORE AND GETTING THE ADVANTAGE OF SAME, WHir.H WE PASS ON TO THE PURCHASER! WE HAVE ELIMINATED CONSIDERABLE EXPENSE OF DOING BUSINESS, SUCH AS BAD DEBTS AND COLLECTION COSTS. OUR BUSINESS IS WE ARE GOING TO KEEP IT THAT WAY BY GIVING YOU THE BEST QUALITY OF GOODS AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.. WHEN IN THE CITY CALL AND GET OUR PRICES, IT WILL PAY YOU. THE GbOD CO. LIMITED .High-Class Cash Grocers CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE'NUMBER 8-599 Phone 525 Toronto, decided to take a greater part in the prose- cution of the war, the Japanese gov- ernment, in order that it mar ue able to meet 'any 'made upon ilT especially Tvtib regard to the situa- (loo in Siberia, has seat a commission lo the United States and Canada for [be purpose of purcliasios-nickle and sine for a nay and Jhfs of E, lEafcano and Fasblm- itsu ,Kawainoto, prominent busi nes3 men of the Orient, has arrived in Tor- mto. They "will TJAJt the nictel and deposits in Canada and the Unit- 2d States and arrange for a supply of tor these countries, having a large surplus of this metal. It is said that the Japanese govern- rnent could delive'r copper to the shig- building concerns on the Pacific' Coast it a price equal to the cost oC shipping Et acro35 the continent. Lieut George W. Gorman, ot the R. A.R. son-of-Sam J. Gorman, of Ed- monton, is reported missing. Hay Feed F. 0. HYDE CO. Cor. 2nd Ave. and 12Ui St A. v PHONE 17.44 .LETHBRIDGE ARLOW'S EAT ARKET 1 Phoiw 796 1110 Sixth Avenue S. Tra're Sure at the Sanitary Shop Sore you're safe and-ot good wort WESTBROOK BROS. Bank of Montreal Next Week A nite Une of meats brought In. from our house morning.-Let us have your orders for a freeb and' you lifce our service. R. Coultry Phone 492 The Meat Market Canada Food Board License Number nfluence of Air Work Having Effect.on Highed Education in England London. Aug. large urns of money have re- eatly to leading Kugliah universities or the establishment ol protsssor- hips In. aeronautics, it is anabunced. 'he UnirersUy of London maOe' an announcement Thursday that U iiol nly had accepted a gift, but proposed o start Slm'ost immediately systamatit. work in the, science of >oop as.. a Euiiahle. appointment can te-made to the chair. vrhen some ol.tbe oldest -'colleges and universities like Cambridge were taken connection with the .training ot air pilots, there were "some nnssjiv ngs..In educatfonal in rasfon of. scholastic hautits, but'sirica bat time several "leading educators iave Issued statements declaring tha his invasion Is ano more than a svm bol- of Hie "rennaisaance of learning and an adaptation of old learning to modern needs" Although universities still main I a in hat will be restoret o their Iradifional rise afler the "war tr appears evident that IhaJnfiueBce aeronautical work being done here will have a lasting effect cot higher education ID England rfl I some ol ihVinore modern itni-1 rersities are discussing thfe.praclica- "bllliy ot special degree fa aeronaatics, In connection with 5pec- al coursea of "teaching. These cour- ses -would oe aimea at tombinmE the work of experimentalists atid theorists with that of practical fliers In the de-1 rfilopinent, ol to be- :ome a-big factor Jn induslrfal anfl national-life. j The influence of the-colleges-and rersHJea'.aJso'.is harJnf-its 'effect on tbe lower technical schools through- out Great-Britain. The schools are planning to offer coursea'ln elements ot which, alter general :ecnnlcal work for the stud- int.caa branch'qff_into the more spec- aUred subjecfs connected with the science and art of Winnipeg, 'Aug. was a !reer offering of oats'-'at totlivy's ses- sion than has in evidence for sev- eral days past. The demand was good or the two top grades during tho early lart of but fell away dur- ng the'last hour. Oats closed 1-Sc tigher Cor October, and 3-Sc higher far December. Flax closed 3 3-4c higher for Octob higher for November and l-2c iiUher for Wlnhiptg Markets Open, Close. October S4 December WH October i.. '425 425 S'orember 417 415 December 409 Cash Prices No. 2 C. W...................120 No. 3 C-.W.. .120 Xo. 4 C.W...115 New York Stocks New York. Aug. sales: C. P. R. U. S, U. S. Steel. 111 1-i It Is possible that the members of the Lethbridgo board of trade will pay j a risit to the Xoblefonl and Slonarchi districts next week- Toe fanne-s ofr these districts through "Mr Xbole, hare extended an laudation to Lethbridge business naeu to and see something thai-will take the: gloom from their There is noi leed'tb he down in the mouth 'about my thing says ilr. N'oble, and.he.says ie can show .the -men harvesting, hreshing, and plowing all going on at .he aame time next He says the 'arid Monarch dls- ricts will have mistty. good crops considering the "year, and.ihtnks .he business to take the opportunity ot going see them. Calgary, Aug. 'twenty-five cents per day increase from August 1 in the wagea.of miners has been fixed by the commission appointed fo, in- quire into Ihe.cosLof living as affect- ing the coal mining area of Alberta and This last increase of 25 cents dally is based upon sworn Tlriceg.of certain staple of April ,1, and August i 1318, and the basis of rentals, fuel and tight la the aver- ago obtaining at "dtfferflnt tqlning IMPROVED METHODS arc- adopted by u? as soon as Is firmly-established. Id the performance of our dudes as 'Undertakers ud Embakneri' All noifera aids Approved by aclehcc or good taste are fn ami we lure no hssllaiion In claiming lhal vie can give Ihe serrlce al the reasonable cost. OLDEST ESTABLISHED IN ALBERTA. WE MANUFACTURe CASKETS -3M SIXTH STREET T. S. Fetterly PHONE S6I IITOIHECIIY On.Tuesday neit Premier Charles Stewart will TialLrLelhbrldgo. This will te Premier Stewart's first.official visit to the city since he succeeded to the premierahip. Hfs'visit fs In "line withlils announced policy ol visiting (he various parts ol the.province aa often as possible and thm keepfng Jn close'touch with the people'ind con- ditions. He had arranged to visit the city last spring anfl had set the day hut his visit was postponed, owlifg to a sudden call to-leave for'.En'glarid with the 'ffeslern premiers. HoWe'vcV his visit now Is expected to be all (lie more Interesting for he has since vis- ited England and battle'zone In France and n-ll] be able to give first harid' Impressions b( the war. Ar- rangements are being made for a pub- lic meeting on Tjtcsdaj- evening al 3.30 In the Y. Jl. C. A. auditorium when the.people ol Ltthbridge are jnvifeil lo come anil meet the premier. As Premier Stewart Is president of You" too Will Delight in tissue cleansing cream of refreshing which is so recilily absorbed, and ideal Tor a sfcm inclined to he ccy. -PENSLAR VANISHING CREAM Affords the necessary mois- ture eliminates a shiny surface, softening and beaulifj'- iag the skin at the same time. Sold In Two Sires, 2Sfc and 50c CITY AND DISTRICT Ball Game Tonight Talier and Lethbrldge iilaj- tall al tho Athletic yarltjicro tonight. Casualties A. Cowling. ofMligJi River aril T. A. Flood. Foremost, arc in the cas- ualty lists today ris vromutal. to Preach E. A. Robertson, of. WolCvtlle Uni- versity. Xova Scotia, will conduct lioth services at the First Baptist Cnurcb on Sunday. Death of Infant, There died In the city on Saturday. August Ande'nagllt Hopillte AKien- aeL-aged, S months, son 'of Mr. anil -Mrs. Alweif Amleimcl. The funeral w be held on .Monday at 2 p.m. to St Pa I rick's church. Interment in-the R. C.-.cemetery. Slackay and .Mackay in charge.- THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO., UD. 1 to Jackson Co. 555 and 1232 Sherlock BuiJdlns Pickling and Preserving Notes It is not always wisdom to purchase in unless they are to be used viihin a 'reasonable volatile on which their .value depends are liable to .be" dissipated, 'unless kept-in well SKiIe9; tin or glass containers. We carry full list of'-bolL" the7 ordinary and the rarer Spices-many of- which. are bard to obtain at the preaeiit mouieot on account of the dif- ficulties surrounding the ocean "carriers of sudi commerce, PICKLING SPICES. PICKLING MIXTURES, FRUIT JAR RINGS, CAMP'S CANNING COM- POUND, v PARAFFINE WAX (half and one pound PARCHMENT PAPER, ETC., ETC., ETC. United rttnttf ISIS Ch.mUUi nd 322 Foresters' Picnic 'The teo orders of tho A. 0. (Court -Star and Court hpldlne'a combined pictilc'at the river om tomorrow (Sunday.) Court Star members 'will meet at the Oddfel- lows''ball.and Coiirt Unity at St Mary's at 5'30 a.m. The relatives of any members in khaki invit ed. Bring your own baskets of eatables, drinks will be provided. Dissolve Partnership Announcement is made that the firm of Henderson, Reid, and chartered accountants, has been solved, and is succeeded by the neV tirniot Hitch ie Patcrson and Comnauy. Mr. Paterson has been in charge or the older company's' offices here and at Mediciue Hat for several rears. Ducks! WtHY POSTPONE BUYING AMMUNITION? WE HAVE A FEW 'CASES EACH OF THE FOLLOWING WHICH WE CAN- NOT ANY PRICE. IF YOU PREFER AMERICAN MADE NOW. Box Smokettss. Shells. 12 sauge ...'.J1.35 "Grind Prix" or 12 gauge 1.25 Peter's "Target" Shells, IS javoe................. 1.45 Peter's "Premier" Shells, 12 gauge......'.........-.." 1.60 Peter's "Referee" Shells, 12 gauge ...'............1.20 Peter's "High Gun" Shells, 12 gauge............... '27.00 Peter's "Heal" High Brass Base Shells............ 1.75 aj.Ofl Wo also have half a dozen high grade shot guus al UIQ war these should Interest you.. Then we have shooting coats, waders aud nil the accessories. 22 Short Cartridges, American makes, black powder Smokeless 90c box Consumers Hardware and Supply Cornpany Case 124.50 27.00 l. Aii important meeting ol LeOi- bridge Automobile. Club has call- ed this connection PresCtlent V. E. Green lias handed the following to-Hie Jlcr- ald; i "An act to provide forra system of hEglnvays in the Province of Alberta known as 'TiicjPublic Highway's Ad1 comes 'into force anu 'operation-Jan. 1st, 1919.. s act is of vital Importance to aJ] automobile oiviiors in the iwovince as it Is the intention ot Hie govern- irieht to. re classify all" highways province. The sched- ule of classification being ".Main High- during time he 'has been charge of toe city's audits. About .That EEsay. Have you. w-ritlen your 'ossnr 'on 'V.Tiy 'Patronize Home Dealers" in the, L'ethbridge Herald lltf- member the essay contends open to ao3 or girl under IB' anywhere, not onlylrTLethbridge but outside. Re- member, also, that is being, offered in prized, it is an easy subject to 'write on; and you should 'ivritc your ess ay at once and send it into the Buy-at Home Editor, th'e Herald. "District' Highways" and "Local Highways." The location of these roads ts not as yet definitely cteclcled arid it is up to the autoisfs'and auto club to fioe tttat ttiese roads are.located wliere tliey will bo of the grealeat advantage. In- dividual application to the govern- ment will iiave little or no and it will be only by concerted and co- operalive bKort cdn accom nlish much ijtt'iUj .llie government in having this schedule made, up so our j highways- -will be -classified.. to the greatest advantage. rThere In this istrint'llo whom the question lie highways-Is'not of great import ance and all-should interest thcmsel Yes in the work being carried on bj the Returned Soldiers Commission in the province it Is expected there r he a larfe'e attendance of visit Is'under the auspices the Board .ot Trade, and has no political so everyone is invited to attend. It possible that J Ian. Mitchell msy the premier. Funeral, of Mrs. Kean The funeral of the late Mrs. Kcan, wfdov of the late'John Kean -look place this afternoon, at 2.30'from Fet- terly's Undertaking" Parlors to St. 'uffustin's'church "Vvherc the funeral icrvices were conducted by Rev. C. Interment -was made-in the Ang- iican cemetery, Tho ilesars, Richard Stafford; Hugh Mac" jcth, Donald Puffr Charles Hyssop, Norman T. McLeod and 51. Freejnati. Co-operate With Great Falls Though the _U. S. government .has ruled that tho daily mail service from to Sweet Grass must" be continued, the Great Falls Chamber of Cotnmprce is being Inleresled In'the controversy over (he railway serrice beEween Lethbridge aud Great Falls and communications are passing be- tween itio'Mfcal board of trade and the business men's organization of the >toniana city In prevent a reduction in the service which links up the'two WENT ON STRIKE' 'Montreal, Aug. hundred and fifty employes, o'f the Dominion Transport Company, went mil on Strike yesterday because two rff the employ- ees had been dlaraiaaed, Iho men remained at and tno com pany expects that most 6f the olfifirs will ba back in a The dls- raiasals, according to the company, (oolc place because thV men neglected their work and id'ed'tfielr'lltrfov ho local auto club: 'A meeting'will bs held, in the Hoarc of Trade rooms Monday at I o' which :this act.will be dls cussed as well as general road con rill ions Every farmer and business man in this district is urged to News received by the board ol trade 'roni the department of ihat field surveys will be prpcewleU ever (lie proposed Lelhhrldga, project, to find; whether ,it is" reasonably posslblG to carry Ihe water thai is available in tho Old Man River to a greater.nuiiK of farmMhau-was'contemplated in tlte orjginii' sufveysj It bad appeared if ml iL might tic impossible to carry- on siieh work nndof the present econ- omies-being practised under .war'time financing, hut urgent representations were made by. tho Iron Springs who bad a resolution' ort the sub- ject before the Western Ciitiafta lion AsspclaUon at'th'e Xclaon mectSnj; and Mr. Jlarhoch, who'is a, vicc-presi- rlent of that nssoclatfon, has been foJ- lowing the umltcr up closely, with the result thai it, is now-learned' that 3lr. the commissioner of irrigation, has been Instructed to proceed v.-illi tli'e surveys. GRIFFITH'S CONTRIBUTION TO BALL FUND Chicago, the ef- forts ol Clark C. Griffith, mtinagcr end owner'of the Washington Americans, a total of has been raised for the and Ball fund with- in-tne last -fifteen: inonibs.1 i Tlits latest. sJalement shows iliat' was Ayril 20, ,1317 and July 15, ISIS, leaving a bal- anceot "a than Of the amount was fo'r 'the purchase alonp. The equipment was sent lo France ami caraiia in.tnfs country. The expense of including post- age, was close to V CARD OF THANKS Mr. arid Mrs. Horace King visit to thank their many friends for their kind sympathy shown them in their satj bereavement and for the many beautiful floral Lrihutes: Wreath, moth- er and father: rprays, Mr, and Mrs. Thos. Mr. atotl Mrs. Gordon Watt, Weatbroofc Bros., Slrs.'B. Soady, E. Stick Icy, Mr. and Mrs. Sid nusseJl, Mr, and'Mra. Harding, .The lion, Mrs, Heath ami Mrs, A. McCorv- (c, Mr, and Mrs. Wellsman and Mr. itid Mrs, Albert HolL ANNOUNCEMENT i Removal Notice.1 Messrs; Johnstono rtitchio have removed their offices lo the Acadia Uiiiiuing and will occupy their 'ormer premises from the iOtnJnsfant. 20S-3 A Real Conservation Loaf is Quaker Bread "LTAKBR BREAD'TS a eating Mai st boura old Iban it Is fresh. Tbc use of tub- keeps Ihe loaf moist ami glrei It; awftet nutty liavjr that need only i Is an John Gilmore Limited Bakers cni'sU Ictt over, where served, Sep IbU Ihe drive enoagh hut no nior'e. 't-. 13 you Business Men's ttiNCHEON Commencing Monday next we'will servea business >en's lunch from IJ .30 till 2.00. Koiip, fish, relish, choice.of meats and choice of desserts for- The menu ntid servjco will make this a popular luncheon. '..WE WHITE HELP The Silver Grill CORNER FOURTH AVENUE AND FIFTH STREET VACATION TIME Spend-youiyjdlo hours In touch with nature, In mountain, valley, on hill and by alream. BOOKS OF THE RIGHT SORT portray .tho best In life, enveloped midst (ha choicest apila ot earth. The Twentieth Century Book Store IS DISTINCTLY "BOOKISH" SI4ROURTH AVENUE 'PHONE 61J STENOGRAPHERS WANTED TO 8EE TYPEWRITER CABINET CAHBON HOLDEH IN TRONT 01' pPERATOR A place for heads, envelopes, bill heads, carbon second EheetBi elo. WE SUPPLY EVERYTHINO FOB THE OFFICE t. EVERALL FRANKS OFFICE OUTFITTERS SINNOTT BLOCK COR. 4TH AVE. A 5TH ;