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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta \ NOnOHEIMER PIAN06 KDISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Evorythlna Musical" 315 6th Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD GEORGE MORGAN HdUSE DECORATOR ' 96 by Captain- Barlow-Prltchard, a British naval officer, who alleges that a number of ilack men who came across the seas to take a steamer recently launched al Fort Xvilliam to Britain were turned out of that institution where they had been billeted, because of their color, and on the demands of a number of young men in tho dormi-The men were regularly enlisted for service and had been sailing the seas .since the commencement of tho war and not a few of them had been on ships torpedoed by Gorman submarines. The action o� the Y.M. C..\. secretary is strongly criticized by the Ipcal press. () for eacli society. IMiicli credit is due the league ami its iircsident, Bhig Wo, and Airs. Coiiyboaro, regent of the Major Jack fto.ss Chapter, and also all the helpers who worked ilierc. The loagiii' handled the affair in a most patriotic and capable manner and witli excellent success. There were libout forty Chin- To Attend Convention Arrangements are being made . the citv council tor the attendancf of lose helping all of whom gave their Firo ChiefHardy a. the convention of, s^cfvlces voluntarily and who deserve 1ST GLORIOUS YE Ottawa, Aug. 19.-"The victory was the most magnificent which the old 'corps has yet achieved." This is the text of a cablegram which Hon. N. W. powell, president of the privy council, bas received from LleutJBGeneral Currle, commanding the Canadian army corps in France, TK.VGEDY IN REMOTE SECTION N. Y. STATE The �Alberta*! PIsncar Oruoal**** Whelvsals ard Retail Chamlata. Phones 1515 and 322 fire chiefs at Toronto during the last four days of tlie month; The council will defray a portion of the expenses. Funeral of Infant The funeral of Hipolit6 Andenaerl. son of .Mr. and Mrs. .Alweif Anden-aert. ISM alh Ave. North, took place ith'is afternoon at 2 o'clock at St. Patrick's church with JIacKay and Mac-I Kay in charge. Interment was made in ,St. Patrick's cemetery. great praise for their labors. The proceeds for tho rental cf cushions during Chautauqua amounted to i $;!5. These wore In'charge of Mjs. Conybeare. assisted by Mrs. Miebach. who desires to tliank all the ladles who wore kind enough to loan cushions tor this purpose.. I g. w. v. A. ! All raombcrs are renuestod to bo at I the, club rooms at aeven-lhirty Tues-jday evening, for the purpose of at-(tending the public meeting at tho Y. i .M. C. A., which is to be actdressed by I the Premier. The executive committee will meet in the club rooms lit S p.m. sharp this evening. All memliers of I the coiniiiiitee will please attend. Retailers' Officers Al a meetiiiK of the Uelall Merchants' .-XsHOciations of the province held in iCdinonton recently, the following provincial offi<:ers \\erc elected: President, T. A. Gaetz, Red Deer; first vice-president, A. F. LePage, -Medicine Hat; second vice-president. ]G. F. Beart, Edmonton; treasurer, N. �1. -AIcDerniid, Calgary; honorary sec-j rptary, A. H. Esch, Edmonton. The I Letlibridge association was not represented at the provincial mectipg and is not represented on tho provincial executive. Ilingliampton, .\. V., Aug. 1!).-The charred bodie.s of Pliilip Itoth. his wife and five cliildreii were found in tho rnin.s of their home, twelve miles east of Wiseloy N'illage, Tioga County, Saturday. This house, which was located in a remote section of the country had been burned during the night. :An investigation conducted Sunday led to the discovery of a shot gun on tho floor Of the room in which the bodies were found and a bullet hole in tlie skull of one of the victims gave evidence lliat all may have been murdered and the liouse fired to conceal the crime. L T CREDIT ROLES Find Artesian Well Word from Barnwell where tho Canada Western Natural Gas Co. are drilling a gas well to augment the supply fro^ii the Bow Island flejd is that an artcHian well has been brought in during the operations al a depth be-tv.-enn 700 and SOO.feet. This being the case, narnwell, which has always had trouble securing a' water supply, will be onconraged to drill for water for the municipality. Barnwell is In the great artesian basin south and east of Lethbridgc, in which so many artesiaii wells have been brought in. Calgary, Aug. 19.-Retail lumbermen from Alberta, Saskatchewan and Mf.nitoba will meet hero tomorrov/ for the purpose of discussing future legislation and governmontal n.lirgs which will aid the lumber merchant in collecting accounts. The retailors propose that the meeting tdlco action recommending a change in the laws affecting lions, etc' tjo that a lumber retailer may be able to collect his bills for lutuher sold, even thougli it b(j found necessary to I utilities, Those .who heard him In Cal-uso more stringonl legal force to do bo. gary statu tliat his address Is very To Speak Here Word has been received from B. K, Sandwell, editor of the Financial Times, of Montreal, that he will he in the city on Friday next and arrangements are being made by tho Rotary Club for a lunc;heon at v.'hich Mr. Sandwell will Kpoak. Board of Trade momhors are invited to attend tlio luncheon. Mr. SandweU's topic will have to do with public ownersh'ip of London. .\uK. 10.-Political circles liave licon given (piite a sensation by i! declaration by Sir James 11. Campbell, lord chancellor of Ireland, that he is ill favor of �'self-government for a united Ireland," this statement being made by him at a luncheon in Dublin on Saturday. Wlnin Sir ,l.'imes was appointed lord chancellor in succession to Sir Ignatius John O'Brien last June,it was believed tliat the action of the government meant a complete reversal of tho Irish policy. Ills speecli, however, proves that ho is a convert to Home Rule, according to Liberal commentators. A Wonderful Picture at Empress Tonight You who have thrilled and responded to the heart throbs a wonderful woman-subjected to every humiliation, every insult at the hands of the man she loves and after all goes on loving until he tries to rob hor of her grcatost and most treasured possession, HICU BOY, will find deepest and most heart compelling interest In "Woman and the Law," at the Empress tonight.-Advert. EX-GOV. VERMONT IS KILLED IN ACTION Sherbrooke, Que., Aug. 19.-G. H. Prouty, former governor of Vermont, was killed when the automobile in which he was riding was struck by. a Grand Trunk train near Wntcrville this morning. The chauffeur was rendered uncoriscious. Papers found in the pockets of the dead man indicated that he was the' ex-governor. DON'T FORGET THE BUSINESS MEN'S Wo are serving a business-men's luncheon from, 11.30 till 2.0U. Soup, fish, relish, choice of meats and choice of desserts for 50c 'I'he menu and service make this a iippularlunclieon, WE EMPLOY ALL WHITE TheSiiverGrill  Cor. 4th Ave, and 5th Street QUAKER BREAD ALWAYS HAS A SWEET FLAVOUR 1 Q John Gilmore Limited Bakers UAKER BREAD has always been noted tor _Ub sweet, nutty, wholesomo) flavor. The best of Ingredlenta fully mixed., carefully liaud-led, properly baked and delivered clean'is what helps to glvo it lliut flavor no much appreciated by our custouiorH. You shpiild jbii a ciiBtomor of ours and servo tlvls extra fine broad oti your table three tlmos a day. Never any wusto NVlth Quaker Dread. VACATION TIME Spend your idle hours in touch with nature, In mouutaiU, valloy, on hill and by stroam. BOOKS "OF THE RIGHT SORT portray tho best in life, enveloped midat tho choicest apota of earth. The Twentieth Century Book Store IS DISTINCTLY "BOOKISH" 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 STENOGRAPHERS WANTED TO CALL AND SEE THE BYRON TYPEVI/RITER CABINET Soniothlng new. CARBON HOLDER IN FRONT OF OPERATOR. A place for everythlng.~Lotter Uoads, euvcilopes, bill UoadB,. carbon, second BhoelB,' etc. ^ Wl^ SUPPLY EVEHYTHING FOR, THE OFFICE EVERALL & FRANKS OFFICE OUTFITTER! SINNOTT BLOCK COR. 4TH'AVE. & 5TH ST. S, 1, 7 60 00 01673585 ;