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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THE HERALD PAGE SEVEN Fall Opening DAY September NIGHT September ALL COMMERCIAL SUBJECTS TAUGHT BY THE MOST UPTODATE M1THODS have had many more calls than we coiitj fill diirine thepast particularly for young men were auahie short hand and and in addition had a goot practical knowledge ot boot During tho coming year we expect this demand will be even for both ycuog men and young awing to the fact that few wiii come this way from the States In many young men will be returning to answer vthe call to the WRITE OR OHONE FOR GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE BUSINESS PHONE 1315 RESIDENCE PHONE 1531 411 EIGHTH STREET LETHBBIDGE School DISCUSS COAL PRICES President held another personal at tho federal traUe commission late today on plans tor further fixing prices of coal from mine to The firesident also discussed iho sleel price situation on the com mission has made au extensive In vestigation and report as a prelimin ary lor price GROCERY SPECIALS Phone 1766 SPECIALS FORBKID AY SATURDAY SACK OF and one 1G tin of Blue A A Ribbon Baking Both for cafh J Pure King Wing Beach Special 85c Pure Slrawfotrry In gtass jaK King Beach Spec 30c Pure Tomato Catsup in half pint 15c Purity Rolled Oats In Special per quart 40c 2 tins for 25c Fancy Toilet Silk Skin and Carnival 3 bars to a Special per box Zoc per bottle 25c 2 tins for Clerks Soups In All flavors 2 tins 25c Nabob Lemonade per per tin j Sodas In card board 2 Per package 30c Graham 2 for 25c WE DELIVER TO ALL PARTS OK THE CITY AND ALL GOODS SUPINA SON 230 3TH STREET One Door North of 2 Fire Hall a By Canadian Overseas Corres pondent Canadian Army Headquarters in August turn of j the screw was made tuts morning on Iho southwest iiuwt after a short but Intense bom Tim lUnlloba troops at tacked the green a huge heap of pit refuse on the uorth banks of the Souchez by which our ad vance inlo Lens from the south was the Fosse which consists ot a tangle of pltheid mach shot to pieces by many bom was also Ou a front of about 700 yards the Manltob ans went forward from 200 to 800 yards and opened the way toward the heart of the city on the south as the other advances ot the past week had dene on lie north and The possessionof green gassier will also enable our men to sweep with their machine guns a wide tract ot country to the south of the Souchez Klver now occupied by the In cluding the mining village of An The details of Iho lighting are not available The how Is known to have made a stub horn resistance which was materially helped by several of Ills aeroplanes that hung low over our advancing troops and shot at them with their machine One of the enemy air planes was brought down in flames by a British airman and another was driven down out of After they ejected the enercy our men after came under machine gun fire from the mouth of a tunnel east of the Louis pits which made advance all the more Tlio Germans set great store on the ground attacked this Wounded prisoners state that it was held by two and It Ashley are in Calgary tor a few and Kuteraon are spending a few days In t Wright has gone to Kautf to join Wright and who are there for the Miss Violet Williams as gone la Calgary to Xoruial Tho members uf lUn Eastern Star i will the Kjtl Cross rooms iui morrow I 1 Miss Hazel Moore of Medicine Hal is spending a feiv In ihe cliy with IMPOBTftllT AUCTION SftLE AT AY ALDINGTONS AUCTION ROOMS Saturday 25th PROMPT FRANK Win by Auction and WITHOUT RESERVE of Very Superior 7 Household Furniture Xnd effactsJncluding fine mission oak library fable mission bak rocker nrissfoiv oak sectional book scctfon top and base superior davenport uphoMcrert in green full size bed Singer drop head sowing machine carpet 9x9 each kitchen cabinet bedroom chairs heavy brass mounted with springs and niatlreases Winnipeg couch davenport lounge in mission oak loose leathercushions handsome mission finish two solid oak cbafrs oak baby buggy baby chair crartlo McCLARY KOOTENAY RANGE In good condition and numerous other GOODS ON VIEW FRIDAY EVENING TERMS CASH riesn A Good First impressions are The customer who gets an unpleasant impression on his first visit to a isnot likely a permanent On the a favorablefirst irnr pression will insure astcauy First impressions are often obtained torn a firms even before the store is A straightforward statement of and will create an impression of iair and bring the customer to the store in a receptive stale of jpur adviceto merchants is to give careful to theiradvertising and left today tor her home In Win Hancock at has and Johnson of Ot are iu the city John Fon wap Eleanor a Leihbrlogc for a number Fon was resiclept of In the Winnipeg Patriotic Tends which finished on Satur lay formerly of Lcthbridge won in Hie ladles open ladies open the handicap doubles and the There Is an effort being nsade in to raise the age of the girls who collect on flag to eighteen Several wellknown womens amongst them Iho Womens Local Government and the Association of Head MistreV are approaching the police auth orities on tho fr o RED CROSS SOLDIERS SNARED BY SOFT SNAPS Jobs For the Unskilled Easy to Get But Hard Blind alley as an editorial writer in the Montreal Star charac terizes the many openings for unskill ed we beckoning to the returned have been found to be one of the greatest menaces to the future welfare of the war according to the experleMft of the directors olthe vocational training schools established with The editorial writer says Alany of must saved from Just now it Is easy find work which makes no particular demand upon workers but is at tho Ranio time well A return to normal conditions ntter the war will greiitly alter industrial conditions and warveteran who has allowed into one tte wage from which 16 gelher with Ms pension solves theliving problem may unite conceivablythen find self out of unskilled and de pendent enlirely upon his pension the support of himself and his Primarily the thing lo he accent pllahed is to teach the disabled man as speedilyas possible to help himself and to One ofthe stumbling In the Iway of mencement has been found to fte the impression current among the returnV ed menthatthey will suffer in pocket accordingly 03 they fit more and more nearly for ence In other that as wages gained on their new occupfc tlons their pensions run the risk of Ofcouree this is a mistake the soldiers and sailors once will not be reduced no matter how large a wage he may be able to The pension must as it a freehold of which the recipient cannot he do INSURANCE LAWS superintendentof insurance in In an to the lifo insurance agents at the Fort discussed the subject of the standard ization ot provincial Insurance The insurance men of Canada are meetingill convention We arc now lotalert in our NEW STORE i At 407 Fifth Street South Opposite Orpheum Theatre s And showing s wide mcnt o this seasons uptodate MILLINERY L The Lethbriflge Millinery I The following shipment was sent August 21st from Lethbridge Branch Cross 78 suits 30 360 pillow 564 24 bath 50 24 iO monytailetl 2S2 24 khaki 24 bed 6 24 surgical 24 convenor ot packing Alstead or Fertile Is tiio rupit ol her 13th streiit Miss Qeorglna Keith wjio lias ibp guest of her Kirk anil Mcne am son i DavIJ are In the guests ot anO o i Itlng her Moure and children of have arrived In the city j to Join who bas a position as with Motor Sales LidThey have l up their residence at yl8 ud i On August the mar riage solemnised at church by Cragg of Miss HUdrcil McGuire of and George Venus of They were attended by Miss McGuiro ol Finchcr Creek and Cowan of The bride who was given away by her brother wore her travelling suit of blue anil silver shot silk with hat to The brides maid wore a dark green suit with gold trimmings and golden velvet The young couplo left on the afternoon train for Calgary and points A very enjoyable dance was held in the Coalhurst school house on Wed nesday when lie net pro ceeds were for the lied The decorations displayed excellent laste and the splendid success of the dance was dua to the efforls of tho various committees who worked hard to make ihe dance one to he remember ice cream and flowers were a cake and a shawl were For those who did not care to card tables had beea Altogether the evening was one of unusual commis sion was appointed today by the Uentenantaoyernor to in vestigate the need ot pensation for injuries of workmen and to make recommendations to the next provincial The mem bers of tho commission are McNeil secretary ot the Western Coal Cal gary John president of the Federated Trades Unions of of aud John chief inspectorof em ployed by tho provincial The appointment this oommla slon was promised at the last session of the It is composed of very labor man in a prominent t representative of the employers and a prominent of it begin the work of Inquiry at MEAT SITUATION OF THE ALLIES IS GROWING SERIOUS Consumption Is Far Greater Thsn and Crisis is problem o supplying the allies has developed mainly on the United and daily the burden Is grow ing according to a statement issued by the iood ad ministration Sfnco the war started there has been a total de crease of in tho worlds supply of producing Cattle increased in the tin A Special Selling Event that will give our Patrons many oppor tunities to replenish needy require ments for the And awell assorted Stock already awaits the Early Our magnificent showing of Fur Coats and Fur Sets is attracting Special ante bellum average of ited while the total world These crease was Sheep de creased In this whilethe world supnly was diminish ed by Hogs Increased In but thegeneral supply decreased During the year ended Juno America exported pounds compared with a went chiefly to the whose cap ftal stock of animals has decreased Although Uio European countries have drastically reduced meat con sumption among vat says the this saving has been overcome by tliegreatly tncreabed demands to supply men In Hie armies find and women whohave taken up physical Millions ol individuals to whom fresh meat twice a was a are by of itielr extreme physical eating U twice The administration points out that the only Immediate solution of the problem lies in tUe reduction of consumption and elimination i LsyjUnfl liner VvoHsaivVwMch left an Atlantic port on July28 has been presumably by a Gerfnan Officers of ttfe line the report that thVyessei was I0st but stated that received no word as to the safetyol WAW8ESII and Belislan ministers accredited to the Vatican were received separately by Pope Ben edict nnd Inrjulrcd as to the jnoaritng of the referenceto free dom of the sens In tho Popes peace The Pontiff replied ho In to give lo this condition the meaning as that ot President In his Gernlany today acknowledged receipt bl tho peace Ice Cream is the preferred ASSENT TO CONSCRIPTION the Duke ot returned to last the Gazettes cor respondent Thocorrespon dint It 13 understood tho govor vilit attend parttmcnl to a number of em every ICE CREAM IS EVERYBODYS EVERY one enjoys Everyone may safely eat It is health4 pure ice cream is the best of all summer piirs is just as good and as pure as can be possibly Dairy Phone 1576 ;