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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NO3CHEIMER PIANOS KOISON P.HONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO. LTD. Musical" 315 6th Street South .Phon; LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD] GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th Street S. Phone Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Reaion- able Prices. YOU CAN GET MEATS Direct from the Farm WHEN YOU ORDER1 FROM US DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food.Board License Number Use Penslar Tread Easy Foot Powder During the summer months tie than ever, and if you will shake a small'quantity of Pcnslar Tread Kasy In your snocs each step wiH be ona of ease, Don'.t suffer from burning and perspiring feet when such a relief Is so easy to obtain, SOLD IN LARGE SIFTER CANS AT 25c THE KENNY TALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL re PHONE iw' Our Attractive Prices are Bringing the Crowds SINCE MAKING THE CHANGE AND PUTTING OUR BUSINESS ON A BASIS WHEREBY WE ARE ABLE TO HAKE QUITE A REDUCTION IN PRICES, OUR TURNOVER HAS INCREASED MORE SO THAN WE- ANTICIPATED. THE QUALITY'IS HlGHT, GOODS ARE NOT SHOP WORN AS WE KEEP THEM ON THE MOVE. _ I WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW A SPECIAL PRICE ON BLUEBERRIES About white tKey last, per basket, weight about 15 They'oft about finished for this Eeajon. We.would advise getting'a do not expect price will cheaper this THE GOOD CO. LIMITED High-Class Cash Grocers CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER s-sw Phone 525 Vladivostok, Aug. 20A-General Deid- rich, comma nil er of the Czech cJsSlovak forces, In pointing the great odds his troops are facing, estimated the enemy. strength as men and'200 machine guns. Tho. status'of the Giecho-SIovaks in trans-Baikal is unknown, he said, -but it certainly must be desperate. .To at- tain object.sought by the entente allied governments a stable force must he sent to the Manchunan front. Outdoor Painting requires a. different -kind than So you wan lo paint the porch or touch up the inside -woodwork let taow am we will supply ThfE PROPER Soli vou the right brushes, too" n jou need any. Wellington Bros SHERLOCK dUILDWG Hay Feed F. 0. HYDE CO. Cor 2nd ATO and 12th A PHONE 12M LETHBRIDGE Want To Discuss Several Maf (erS Concerning The Highways MARKETS MARKETS Winnipeg. Ang. was no ftciture to tho cash markets today and Htl'lc change frbiu ihc previous days. The, offerings couUnuo "practl- caily nil. Oats closed Ic Mgher for October ami .lite higher for Deceriiuer. Flai closed Gc Ingher for' October, 4c higher for XovemVcr aiid hlgber for December. WINNIPE9 MARKETS. Open Close October ........SIS" December ..r....81H October 431 W November 421 423 December .417 CASH PRICES. An meeting of the Leth bridge Automobile club was held last night in the board of trade rooms lo deal Vith highways act which oes into force on Jan. 1 neil, and it was decided that a committee, of the :lub; should wait on Premier Slewart visit here this evening So dis- cuss-Vilh'him the general meaning of the act and Its application. The mat- er will then be officially taken up with :he government through Jlotor, League: The Readjustment of specifications Tor culverts, especially in the irriga- tion bloclv, was also dealt with, in yiew- of the :laci ea slug'- motor traffic and: tbe necessity of having the pro- pergrades over the irrigation ditcn'es. :The Bo'vernme'rit will be approiicbed with a VIP% to having the roadwajs' instead.of allowing traf- fic the anrface. i.cpjnmittee was'appoints to inter- Meech with a view to bare streets leading to the trunk roads centering on Lethbridge receive first, attention Other matters auect ing motor traffic were also taken up plea is being made by the Auto Oats- No J PVv Extra 1 Feed" No. 1 Peed, Barley Xo.'S C.W., 120 S3 .S9S Sunset Soap Dyes. That Cleanse and Dyes Garments in a Single Operation, The nsc of Sunset Soap Dyes conserves time', Ubor and val- uable garments. The housewife likes to use work is -so Eiinple. All.the labor connected with the old-Iashioued Is ellmin'ated. A complete assortment of ors from which to select, col- No. 4! CAW 115 .0 1 N WC 446 --w Calgary Livestock arc again, light tpdat, no hogs arriving and onlv, eight cars of cattleJ most-of which are stackers. The lop-price of'beoE will bring ?H, but there :Is little .being sold. There are a number of hogs Inj yards here that arc being fed; hut do not comprise the butcher class.-.There{ is. a quick market for as soon as It arrives. THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO., LTD. Successors to Jackson Co. 555 and 1232 Sherlock- Building CITY AND DISTRICT Meeting Postponed Ttic meeting of Hit- Fair Association ib havtTbeea held'Wednestlny aftcr- riOoii lias been iioitjioued until Wed- uesday evening at 7.30. Lieut. Harver Killed.' Lleut._ John Harper Davy ot the Royal1'Montreal' U. K. -K., lias been killed in action iii France. He .was the only son of K J. Davy of I'rescott, Out.. the' grandson o[ Mrs. M. K. Davy tf Pte: Bain.Wounded Tuday's malle'd casualty, list con tains .the name of Pte. John William Bain of the artillery, woumlejl In lion.; Pie. Bain went .overseas with one of the later Letubridge batteries Ills wife, Mrs.. Kathleen Ilatu resides at Xewcastle-On-Tyno, Euglasd. EAcadfa filock Opens. Tiie handsome new Acadia Block, i reconstructed after the recent fire, i is now helng occupied b% the forflier oeiiiipailt'! In addition to Clarke's stores on the 'ground, fioor, the upper offices are in handsome style. They are occupied by Ihe O 8. Bowman .agency; Johnstone and ititchie, barristers, A. J. Ulackhurne Tl. J. IMtcliic Paterson and I) B. Harri? According to-a by the hoard of the pre- sident of the Great Fallslchaiubtir of Club for more support in view oOtheI Commerce it is the Mon- fact thai organization if the district properl> cared for by the government in the new road program It is pointed out that tao-thirdB at least of the raoto? licensees should belong to the club If effective work is to be done In connec- tion with tlie new road program, M ARLOW'S EAT Pkone 796 -1110 Sixth rAtenue S. YonVe Sore at tbe Sanitary Shop Sure >0u're safe and of (fo work WE5TBROOK BR03. OppotTte flagk of Mentreal PLOT Boston, Aug concerted attempt by German agents to sup- 'soldiers various army with health and dtugs has been Federal authorities .here said men, Natfjan Simalovitch and Jacob Schanasky into custody at Brock ton today and more arrests are follow, the authorities announc- ed. TOOK PRISONERS WITHOUT FIRING A SHOT .With the American Army on the Front, Aug (Astociat ed Prussians naye been taken jiriioners by Am erkans ntar Flsmelle without eith- er slrfe.firlng'a'shot The Prussians were machine gunners and all that remained of a company which had been in line than a month. IN SORE STRAITS Washington, ..Aug one time touns resort, la in Fitch dire straits for food lhat all strangers ordered to leave town, ac cording Lo flu official dispatch lotla> from, :v i_ _ ana that Ihe attempt to put on a rl weekly train service from Great to Coutts lowever the letter "slates 'that the Great Vails people ard against any in the service anil are akmg every step to. prevenOnVdaily service being interrupted While the C.P.R. Is-nmning a daily ;ratn to Coulis it does "not appear as a the'huileliriT board's. TiDrnlng's Jraln to Cputts -flyaa 'mark- ed up as an citra, Indicating Lhat the company. Is getting' ready .to take "It off as soon -as the G N K can maug-j rate a trl weekly Great F-alls cham- ber 61 the pio; to change thR-service, to a tri- weekly was made (o'lhe G.M.R. by the PR The 24tH of AUGUST is the LAST DAY upon which PARDON IS GRANTED to ihose who are deserters or who have failed to report lo the Military authorities. EASY PATH JO EXTREME PENALTY OF THE LAW will ble visited upon defaulters AFTER THAT DATE; Cecil HtuselUa an oas> path' lo ready money by soli clling sub-crlpllofli the, Satnnla> erening Posl Ho hail no conlracl compahjr, collected -454 In subscriptions at each However ho (ell foul of Ihe city police and admitted'the Intent-to tletraiid with result that he was this morning senlenced (o Iliree monlha by Magistrate' Irwin. W C Brown appeared on a charge Of stealing 'tires' lie. was remamlcd till Tnuridoy, D'oraorphua Stallioiilopus appeared on a charge 6: aiaaulllng Mary Orcraack tie wi) Ills hearing tills afternoon as wll also Cialesko an -alien lor fall ing to'report Pickling and Preserving Notes It Is always purchase >j t SPICES in large quantify unices the% are 10 les-uacd wilhfn a reasonable as the volatile ingredients on their f ''ic tlepcnds are Iiableito bc> dissJpateil, unlesd kept in well tin, or- glass containers carrv pracdcallj a full 11 s i of both th e ora inary and Ihe rarer Sptccsj'ihany ot which .arDhard to obtain at the present moment. on acpount of the dlf- ficultieg the ocean carriers of such. commerce. PICKLING SPICES, PiCKLING MIXTURES, FRUIT JAR RINGS, CAMP'S CANNENG COM- POUND, (half and one PARCHMENT PAPER, ETC, ETC, ETC Tkti iri ReUII Phor.d 1S15 >nd 322 G. W. V. A. Picnic The picnic for Ihe. wives anil 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 NOW. U.M.C. "Remington" Smokeless Shells. 12 aiuue Prix" or 12'gauge...... 155 23.00 Peter's Shells, 12 gauge................. 1.45 Peler's 12 Peler'-i gauge .-.....'.......-..1.20. Peter's "High Gun" Shells, 12 gauge............... 1.60 Peter's "Ideal" High Brass Base Shells 26.50 21.60 27.00 32.00 also have half a dozen high grade shot guns at before tho prices; these should.Interest you. Theu we'have, shooting x coats, caps, waders-and all I lie accessories. ;221 Short Cartridges, American makes, black Smokeless powder 30c box Consumers Hardware and Company other dependants of the "men who arc serving, who have, served overseas l be held at-Henderson Park -'-on Saturday nctr. Street cars are being arranged for with the-city, ami the first will leave at p.m. J The Xext- of-Kirrhavc kindly assumed-charge of Ihe catering for the Veterans, so jou lyitl-be sure ot a good tea. Come in your thousands ami have an enjoyable time.''There will be plenty ot fun for all.-anil some races for-thc children, y Back From New York Frcy-Keimy returned yesterday af- ter attending the national convention fj the Knights of Coliimbus at New "ork as one of the two Alber'a Mr. Kenny states that's goofi dea of U.S. war energy can be obtain- A In New York where thousands of roops pass through; to oints of embarkation for France. The knights of Columbus In ;the United Stales arc raising this fall or war work-in connection with the huts established at th'e camps on thi.s ,ide and at the front LABOR'SjIJROTEST Washington, AugX ica rf labors emphatic opposition to the "work amendment to the new manpower bill extend ing the draft wat presented to the house, military jcommittee today by Frank jtiorrison, secre- tary of the American'Federation of Labor, f RETAILERS SATISFIED. Calgary. AIIR. It 'was dlsclosei- at a meeting of rclall lumbermen from all nver the province a'hd the sister provinces lo the cast, Is now In 1 session here, that the retailers are1 sat isfied yiiii1 (lie 'present' laws'lyllfi ref crenrc (o of debts, and the discussion of prospective leglslnHoti was of tbe nature of 3 agalna any sucli change as has ncf in Ifie Mechanic's tlcfi law. An Atlantic Port, Aug. four hundred foot enemy .submarine was sunk by the 8urt crew, 'of a British tanker which reached here Tasl night. The tale of the battle be- tween the tanker and U-boat was tofd today by John Crosby, chief mate of the former, from in, where he Ts treated for shock. 'The second mate was ph the Lridgq'about three in the af- Crosby eaitl. J'Thcro was never a sign of any craft' around, but he caught the streak "made by a torfie- do coming lowani.lhe tanker. HeyeHcd and the ship was thrown out of her course- The torpedo missed by a few feeil Evefyoiic4wa5 on deck Ity tbat time, hut we ot tbe U- boat lhat .started the thing lowanl us, 'What-we diil see was another lor- liedo. We-- ziB-zagged, dodging the missile'juNt. as prettily ag couW be It went b> us Then the subnianne came but of Jhe. .water with guns She all of 400 feet longj and could make J7 knots nn hour Onr; boat was'good for H fcnols but we be- gan the U-boat cotnins le: hind She opened up with her guns and the fight parted r f was 'acting as sootier for Ihe calling shells as- they kicked up the water about the Oiir 26th-slibl -took; Ihe submarine, not blow up with a "jjang sho did was to suing around "slowly and drift broadstd_c on, iVe did not slow down, but niaclo for port as we could travel' I am sure our shot deatrojcd the en enty craft, ho trip to XobleforJ on from Lethbrldge wih'bevol advantagg lo farmers as well_as-lo business men, for the' new oil the Noble farms will be showu in USD for I ho first, time. Victoria, Iteihlnfiton, "president of the Founda- tioij Company wired -Tremior Oliver froni NTew York .this' morning, as fol- lows: _ "Have- closeil conlract willi thot FrDDch goverhment wood- en steamers.' ha've-undertaken 10 lay down ten ways." OF RAILWAY BOARD Montreal, Aug. 20 E. Gillen has sen elected" chairman of the. Railway abor hoard, with S. Nf, Berry, of ,To: onlo, as vice chairman, and Mri Merry s'thc rcprcaenlative of thfl Order of lailway Conductors on tlie hoard. The mard was formed through the actty' ittea of the Hailway War Board and .t is underslooii thai a subcommit- tee wiH deal with the shopmen's wage question v.heti Ihe delegates from the west arrive here tomorrow Bigger and Belter Than "The Honor System" 'Woman and thb staged b> ;i.'A. XSHilsh, is .the greatest picture ever iticcd. llasetl on.lhc-IntcrnaUonally Ecnsa ional Do Vlpincslin tragctly vhich' sKockcd .not -only, the United Stales, but South.America, t Follows the sttirv'frqm Us Incen tion, in. far .off Chile-Id its dramatic climax in the rroSaic little Long Is lanj court house ICdejjIcts in A tcr ribly realistic manner the he'arl-rend Ini; cxnerlcnceq ol the Httlo hontl American Aho? married the Ynle quarterback At (he ErapreS1 tonight and tomorrow SETTLE STRIKE Aug. of the machinists strike In North- ern New.: Jersey, involving more than fifty thousand mcnj was ef- fected today by Major B.'H. .MW chell, mediator for the. war and t navy departments who has deX cided that the wage dispute shall be adjusted on the basis of the' hourly rale now In force in "the Frankfort Arsenal and the' Brook- lyn aid Philadelphia Navy Yar'ds. The arbitrator's: finding satis factory, it is stated, to both the manufacturers and their employes. RAMMED A SUB Aug. navy WHEN YOU THINK OF CLEANING, PRESSING OR REPAIRING "D" THE TAILOR Telephone 1666' 410 FIFTH 'STREET THE FINEST, MEATS, Are As Near As Your Telephone FRESH KILLED AND _pAILY R. Coultry Phone 492 The Alberta .Meit M.rhrt Canada Food Board" Lfcenso >fumber CjON'T FORGET THE C'JSINESS MEN'S Luncheon We are ,a business luncheon till 200 Soup, ffah, choice of meats and choice of desserts for x 50c The mpnn snil malie thfs a popular luncheon. J WE EMPLOY ALt'WHITE HELP TheSilverGrill Cor. snd 5th 'Strirt department announced today that the captain of on American steamer with liiH vessel ranimfiil.amKprobably sanl a submarine about p.m. on August 17, 'near Winter Quarters the captain nald the submarine-was Struck on her port how, bringing her alongside. A MIGHTY GOOD LOAF- QUAKER BREAD Q John Gilmofe Limited Baker's IUAKBR BHEAD U little darV" vith the 6ub3tHulC3 Skillful blending ot tho (lour careful attention the ,Joust is Vising combined with proper baklife helps tho color with Subatllutei In ttipm require lo Ire krpt cooler worked of! (juicier anil fe anl of all they rcijufre Aery thor Ion should be ualng Quaker I We All Correspondents Now! We write our friends at the front and elsewhere, and get throjgli jtfidi qnlckly You should ECB our stock of. these conrenlent blocks of paper, tho first time yon' find -yourself out. We hsvoVnumbor of special lines well worth attention Paper does not go readily. Provide against the ronfd ailinncc In paper costs The Twentieth Century Book Store 614 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 FOR HEADIHQ AND WRITING MATERIAL' "Holding inaKolh n full man, .Writing, an exact man.' STENOGRAPHERS WANTED t CALL AND SEE THE BYRON TYPEWRITER CABINET x Something flAtlDON HOL-DER IfJ FHONT OF OPERATOR. A plica for headB.'envelopeSi bill second ehceK, WE SUPPLY EVERYTHINU .FOR OFFICI EVERALL FRANKS OFFICE 4INNOTT SLOCK COR. 4TH AVE. A JTH ;