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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOriOHEIMER PIANOS S01SON_ PHONOGRAPHS ASSIMBOIA MUSIC ,CO.t LTD. "Everything Musical" S15 6th Street South Phone 1H5 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD} GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 9M mil Strwt S. Phone 1413 Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Reason- able Prlcei. Jil YOU CAN GET MEATS Direct from the Farm YOU ORDER FROM US DELANY9S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food Board License Numbsr f-. Use Penslar Tread Easy Foot Powder DiirinE tlie summer months you will be walking more than ever. and if you will shake a small quantity o' Penslar Tread Easy in your sows eacb step vAlI be one of ease. Don't suffer .front turning anil perspiring feet when such a relief is so easy tu obtain. SOLD IN LARGE SIFTER CANS AT 25c THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 Keeping Down the Cost of Living is Quite a Problem these Days OWING TO'OUR LARGE TURNOVER WE ARE BUYING IN LARGER QUANTITIES HERETO- FORE AND GETTING THE ADVANTAGE.OF-SAME. WHICH WE PASS ON TO THE PURCHASER. WE HAVE ELIMINATED CONSIDERABLE EXPENSE OF DOING BUSINESS, SUCH AS BAD DEBTS AND COLLECTION COSTS. OUR BUSINESSES GROWING. WE ARE GOING TO KEEP IT THAT WAY OWING 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 GOOD CO. LIMITED High-Class Cash Grocers CANADA fooo BOARD 8-595 Phone 525 one farm they wilh be shown a rod wecdej: at work, and a demonstration will Ssp be given of a new plan for harvesting 'which requires no binder twine; no shocking fTni no bundle teams. -West of Xobleford hie party- will he given the opportunity o: stocking some oats. Photos will be taken at a ffeld ,of ,wbeat which .Is eipected to go 45 bushels .-o the acre. Those LelhbHdge men with nutos who can take passengers kindly notify secretary Oliver pf the board of tradtf. i business men will visit I the Monarch rand Nobleiord districts on Wednesday, oh Invitation -from thfc I farmers or those OL-iricip. The trip Jiajs been arranged liy the board of trade. E. Harris in TLe j autos will leave Lethb ridge at two; o'clock, and reach Monarch about Ther -will be met there by the; farmers ot the Xoblelord district, and louring the, Monarch, district wiH proceed to -White .Ihence'to'Xo- rsleford for: Jnnch, and" thence of Nobleford. Oa the Xoble farms ttie; MARKETS Winnipeg, Aug. local cash markets were lifeless a the opening his morning. Tbere were no offerings ot oats, barley flax-and no demand and no bids were received up lo p.m. Oats closed 3-Sc higher for October anil l--e higher for December. Flax closed oc higber for October; 4c higher for November rud 4 l-2c liEgher for December. Oats- October December Flax- October Winnipeg Markets t. Open. Close. ing, eis' men. will te shown harvest- j Chas. Matthews who was arrested t Kallspel recently and brpujght back i appeared before M'agis- 430 430 ______.... 421 410 December....... 413 Cash Prices Xo. 2 N'o. 1 i Car ley- No. 3 C.W...120 No. 4 CALGARY LIVES rOCK. Canary, Aug. six cars of catile are reported at the stock yards today and mostly stockers; yusiness has been mostly clearing up lioldovers from Saturday anil prices remain the same today as the close from Satur- il3j-, toj) price of cattle being There are no hogs, and ine yards: nre pretty well-cleaned of j. i seeding and plowing. On Feed F. O.HYDE CO. Cor. 2nd Arc. and 12th SL A. PHONE 1Z44 LETHBRIDGE ARLOW'S EAT ARKET _ 1110 Sixth Avenue S. jtnue.Irwm this morning on a cbnrge 'of breaking jail. He was found guilty and sentenced to six months in the provincial jail to be served at the con- clusion ol'tb'e.ll months of the un- completed term left when be broke out of jail laat November. >latthews will shortly be tried at Macieod on a new charge of horse stealing' near Pincher_ Creek. The manner, of Matthews' escape from jail last "November, which was a my'gtery then, is now explained. It appears" that up with teamsters at in the morn- ing and marched out the door under eyes of the guard who was carclessMn. not'Wmtlns the number of men in the detail. Once out OL i'ue was easy for him to make his .escape in" the darfeness of the morning....'. 1 You're Sure at the Ssinitary Shop Sure you're of good work. WESTBROOK BROS, 'Opposite Bank of Montreal. Sunset v 'Soap Dyes That Cleanse and Dyes Garments in a Single Operation. The usa of Sunset Soap Dyes conserves time, labor' and val- uable garments. The housewife Jikes lo use them the work !s so simple. -All the labor connected with thejise of old-fashioned 33 eliminated. A complete assortment pf'col- ors from which to E elect. THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO., LTD. Successors tn Jackson Co. Telephones 555 and 1232 Sherlock Building CITY AND DISTRICT Justice Simmons Visitor Mr. Justice Simmous is in the city to3ay OQ private business. Notary Public Luster J_ Adams, of t'hauipuiii. Ifas been gazetted a notary public. Stock Inspector D. .M. Eoyd. of Xeiv "Dayton, has been gazetted a stock inspector. Orange Lodge L. p. .will hold their regular mecMIns'm the Moose Hnll on Tuesday p.m. Issuer of Marriage Licenses George Marks.' of Champion, has been gazetted an issuer of marriage licenses. Commissioners for Oaths Lena Livingston, Nobtcford, and Alex Andrews, of Karons, have been gazetted commissioners fur oaths. Pickling and Preserving Notes Sir John and Lady-Ami of Toronto, Verc C. suiierJntendont i ol western Wanch.es of Canadian BltBIBFF branch of the-Bank ar- rived in the cily Iast: niglit by uiotor, and continued their four this morning. Sir Joha Aird Is vice'president of the Bank of and ..Is mating a tour of the west looking lions. The parly had no comments to make to the press, hut stated that con- ditions are better than, they expected .o'find tbem after the-reports which lave been sent out from this- dis- trict, v -THE FINEST MEATS Are As Near As Your Telephone FRESH KII-LED' AND BROUGHT JN FRESH DAILY R. Coultry Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market Canada Food Board Incense Number With The British Army in France. Aug. 'the. new Somme front local continues, the Knlente allied forces biting off pieces heru and there all along the line. Pairpi fighting has continued and, thereJjije some indications enemy has made up his mind to with- draw Irb'Ji present front, but rather 29 -back in contact wilh !le British1 so as to inflict all the ties'no35lblc by the free use of mach- ine guns and'without himself risking many of his own LUMBERMEN MEET 1 Calgary, falling off in Hid demand for lumber on the pralrlca and at the same time the tremendous increase, fa-demand for the product of the saw mills from Untied States'markets, formthl the chief top- ics of a meeting fhe Motintnfn Lum- bermen's Association, which o ed at the Falliser Hotel tbis i morning, Port Arthur, Aug. ser- ious charge has been laid at the. doors of the Fort William branch of the Voung .Men's Christian 'Associatloniby Captain- Da rlow-Frit chard, .a'' British naval officer, who alleges numv her of Jblack men who.camel across the seas to recently launch- ed at Fort William to Britain were turned out of that jristitutlon where they had been- billeted, :becanse of their on, the demands of a number of young men in the dormi- tories. The men were 'regularly en- listed for service and had bden sail- fag the seas since the commencement of the war and not a (ew of them had been on ships torpedoed by German submarines. The action of tHe T.M. C.A. secretary is strongly' criticized by the local press. V 7t is not always purchase in large quantity unless they are to be used within a reasonable period as the Ingredients on which theirTTalue' depends "are liable to be Dissipated, unless kept.ja glass .containers. We cany p'ractlcally a lull list ordiuary and "the rarer Spicesj many ot which. are- hard to obtain at the present moment on account of the dif- ficulties surrounding the ocean carriers of PiCKLfNG SPICES, PICKLIPfG MIXTURES, JAR RINGS, CAMP'S CANNING COM- POUND, PARAFFINE WAX (half and one pound packets) i" PARCHMENT PAPER, 1 ETC., ETC., -ETC. t IB. Limited The 24tK of AUGbsT is the LAST DAY upon which PARDON IS GRANTED to those wKo are deserters or who'have (ailed to'report to the Military authorities. The EXTREME PENALTY OF THE 'LAW will ue visited upqa defaults AFFER THAT DATE. r ANNOUNCEMENT In picture al Iho Empress to- night "Woman and Ihe a I.cth- bridge man, a forcier auctioneer here appears. .Manager Hanson will offer 15" lo Iho first who "identifies man. this Plontir ircJ ReUlt Phones 1515 and 322 Poundkeepers Messrs. Warren Bros., of Warner Sve been gazetted p6UTidkeejiers for towiisUlp H, west of the 4th 1 Competition _Postponed Owing to unforeseen conditions pre- vailing on the golf course over tht end Ihe have decided to postpone the button compelitton illl Saturday next. Ducks! WHY POSTPONE BUYING AMMUNITION? WE HAVE A FEW 'CASES EACH OF THE FOLLOWING LINES WHICH AVE CAN- NOT REPLACE AT ANY PRICE. IF YOU PREFER AMERICAN MADE SHELLS-BUY NOW. Case Smokeless Shells. 12 gauge ___51.35 "ElyV "Grand Prix" or 12 gauge...... 1.25 23.00 Peler't "Target" Shells. 12 gauge 1.45 26.SQ Peter's "Premier" Shells, 12 gause................. 1.60 27.00 Shells, 12 gauge 1.20 21.60 Peter's "High Gun" Shells, 12 gauge............... 27.00 Pety's "Ideal" High Brass Base Shells ......'......-1.75 32.00 We also have bairu-itoien hlsh gratia shot guns at letore Iho war. jtriccs; tttesc should Interest you. Thou we have bbooUug yCOats, waders and all the accessories. 22 Shorl Cartridges, American makes, black powder...... 25c.box SmoXeless powder 30c box Consumers Hardware and Supply Company iK and educational, and it Is that a largo crowd win near Collected at Dining Half .lack Iloss LO.D.E. To Attend Convention Arrangemeuts arc being made by the city council for the attendance of Fire'ChieiTHardy a; the convention of fire'chiefs at Toronto last tour clays of the month: The.council will defray a portion of the eipsnses. Funeral of Infant The funeral of Hipolit6 Andehaert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alwetf Andcn- aert, 1S14 5th Avc. Nortli, took place tbis afternoon at 2 o'clock at St. Pat- rick's church with MacKay amUM Kay in charge. Interment was miule in St. Patrick's cemetery. The net proceeds of tha lunch room which, was operated by llie- Chinese National League and Ihe Major Jack Iloss during the stampede, resulted iu for eacli society. Much credit is due the league and Us president, Blng V.'u, autl ConyLeare, regent of the rilajor Jack Chanter, and also all tho helners who worked there. 'The leagun hand- led, the'affnlr in a most patriotic anil capable manner urid with excellent success. There wereflbout forty Chin- ese helping'all of whom gave their services voluntarily and who deserve great praise Cor. their' labors. The proceeds rental of cusn' ions during Chaulauqua amounted to These were in (charge of Mjs Conybeare, assisted by Mrs. Miebacli who desires to thank all the ladies who were kind-enough to loan cush loas for this purposcv f G: w. v. A. "All racmo'cra are renuested to be at rooms at seven-thirty Tuc.s- day evtnvng, for the purpose of at- tending the public tnee-Urig at tho Y M. C. A., which is lo he addressed lij the Premier. The executive committee will nieet'in the club rooms ht S sharp this evening.. All njemhers o( he'committee will please attcntl. Retailers' At a meeting of the HelaU Mer- chants' Associations of tlic province leld In Ktfmoiiton recently, the ful- owing provincial oflicers fcleet- !d: President, T. A. Uaelz, lied Deer; irst vice-president, A. Medicine Hal; second vice-president, G. P. Heart, Edmonton; treasurer, N. McDermid, Calgary; honorary sec- A. H. Each, Edmonton. The Lethbridge asEOciation was not, rep- resented at the provincial meetijjg and fs not represented on the provincial executive. Calgary, Aug. lumber- men from Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba will meet here tomorrow-for the purnoae of discussing future legis- lation and Eovernriicfilal iMfrsjs which will aid the lumber merchant In col- lectlng accounts. The relailcrfl propose that '.he meet- ing take action recommending a change in the laws affecting Ilcnvolc, that a lumber retailer may he able to-collect his bills for lumber sold even though [t be. found necessary lo Find Artesian Well Word from UarnwelL where tne Canada Western Natural Gas Co, afe drilling a gas well to augment the supply froni the now Island ficjtl is lhat nn artesian well has been brought In during the operations at a depth he tteen 700 800 feel. This being the Case, has always bar trouble'securing if water supply, wit be encouraged to drill for water for the municipality, Barnivell is -in the great artesian bnsln south and east 01 Lelhbrldgc, in which'so many artesian wells have been brought In. To Speak Here has been received from K Saridwell, editor of tho Financia 'Tlmea, of Montreal, that he win be it the city on Friday next ami arrange mcnta are being made by. Ihe Rotary Club for a luncheon flt Mr Samlwcll will Rpcak. Hoanl of Trarlc members 'arc InvtCcd lo attend the luncheon; Mr. Sandwell'B topic will have to do with public ownership of utilities. Thoao-who beard him In Cp.l- Loncloil. Aug. _ -circle lave been given Quite .a sensation b declaration by Sir Jamca II.' Camp jell, lord chancellor of Ireland, (ha LC Is In favor of "selE-governnient fo i uniterl this, Blatemeut be ing made by bim at.a luncheon in Dul lin on Saturday; Wh6n Sir-Jiftncs waa appointed lor chancellor -in succession Sir Ign John O'Brien was b ieved that tho action of the mcnt meant a complete reversal the Irish policy. His speech, howcve proves that he'is a convert lo Rule, according to liberal comnieht tors. EX-GOV. VERMONT IS i ;KI.LI.EP Que., .Aug. H. Prouty, former governor of Vermont was killed when the automobile-in which he was rid- ing was" struck- Trunk train near this morn- Ing. The chauffeur was render- ed Pspere found in the ppcttefs of the dcacJ'man in- dicated that. h_6J was thej ex-gov- ernor. Ottawa, Aug. was the most magnificent which the-old forps has yet achieved." This Is the text of a cablegram winch Hon. N. W. Rowell, presi- dent of the privy celved from LleutiGeneral Cur Me, commanding the Canadian army corps in France. KAGBDY IN REMOTE SECTION N. Y. STATE Uinghampton, N. larred bodies of Pltilli) Itoth, his wife nd five children found in tho ins of their Ei6mep twelve miles east f Wisolcy Village, TJoga County, Sal- rilay. 'This was located n a'remote section of the country had een burned during the night: in- eatlgation condtictcd Sunday' led to discovery "of a shot gun on the oor of the room in which the bodies found and a'bullet hole In the kull of one of the victims yavo evl- encc ttial all may have been inur- ercrt ami the bouse fired to conceal lie crime. Picture at Empress Tonight You wbo nave thrllleJ anil res- londcd to the heart throbs a wpn- lerful subjected to every hutnillatloii, every insult at the hancls-i, the man she, loves ami all on loving ;Untll he tries to. rob tef of her greatest and most treasur- ed possession, HBK; DOY, will find leencst and most heart compelling in- erest in "Woman- .and the at he Empress t Advert. DON'T FORGET THE BUSINESSMEN'S We arc serving "a business- 111 en's 1 unch eon from, J1.30 1111 -2.00. Soup, relish, choice .of meats und choice of desserts for 50c The menu and service, make this u liopular.luncheon. WE EMPLOY ALL- WHITE TheSilyerBrill Ave, and 5th Street o more stringent legal force (o do so. gary slato that lifs "aJdrcss Is very QUAKER BREAD ALWAYS HAS A SWEET FLA VOUR Q T' John Gilmore Limited Bakers' 'UAKBR BREAD lias always been noted for sweet, wholesome' flavor. The Wat of fngredieptg fully carefully hand- led, properly toked and ddlveTcd clean'la what helps lo H that flavojr fio mucli by riur cufllomers. You .Of ours and serve this exlra (ino iow (ahle three' [imos a day. N'cter any1 nislo with Quaker VACATION TIME Spend your liours In touch with mountaldj valley, on bill and by'stream. BOOKS THE RIGHT SORT portray llio ticsL in UfOj envolopoU midst Iho choicest spots of carlli. Twentieth Century Book Store IS blSTINOTLV "BOOKISH" 514 FOURTH AVENUE '.-._'. PHONE 613 STENOGRAPHERS WANTED CALL AND SEE THE BVRON CABINET So.mellilJig new. CARBON [N FROST OF OPERATOIi A plscc (or Lcada, WE SUPPLY EVEBYTHINO FOR THE OFFICE EVER ALL FRANKS OFFICE OUTFITTEB.1 SINNOTT BLOCK COR. ITH'AVE; A 5TH ST. 3, ;