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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 23, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, AUGUST 23,1917 THE LETHBRlDGE DAILT HERALD PAGE FIVE FRIDAY & SATURDAY Will be the Last Two Days of Tffi BIG SALE Positively everything must be sold by SAT. NIGHT, AUGUST 25th, at 10 p.m. THIS IS YOUR CHANCE TO SECURE SEMI-READY SUITS, MEN'S FURNISHINGS AND SHOES AT A BIG SAYING. WE ARE MAKING ANOTHER DIG REDUCTION. YOU CAN JUDGE BY THE FOLLOWING LISTINGS WHICH ARE ONLY A FEW OF THE LINES WE ARE OFFERING AT A BIG SACRIFICE. ias. R01 Stetson Hats OVERALLS n.oo CAPS 50c 1 MEN'S WORK SHOES, $2.65 MEN'S DRESS SHOES, $3.95 Don't forget the Place Look for the Red Sign SHELVING FOR SALE KTS CLOTHING STORE DALLAS HOTEL BLOCK STOP TRODING IN FUTURES Minneapolis, Aug. 22.-Directors of the Minneapolis chamber of commerce today announced that trading in wheat and rye futures would he discontinued after Sept. 2, in accordance with the request of the federal food administration. The announcement followed  meeting of the board. JEALOUS SPOUSE "Have you a visible typewriter in your offlco?" "I always get her out of sight when I' hear my wifo coining." People's Forum THE GOAT DIRECTOR Y OF AUTO LIVERY AND DRAYING / -*-N Boulton's Auto Livery ..WE KNOW THE COUNTRY* THOROUGHLY. PHONE US AT ANY HOUR OF THE DAY OR NIGHT. Phone 1206 IT C08T8 NO MORE TO RIDE IN A Comfortable Car We use a 7-passenger Hudson In care of an experienced and careful driver. The Hudson Auto Livery Phones: Day 668 Night 1269 J. PAPPAS, Owner DESCRIBES THE THRILLING BATTLE ,;. .;. .;. .> * > 4 �� CUTTING IN EDMONTON DISTRICT IS London, Aug. 22. - The statement Hint Klnjr George lias conferred (lie Order of Knight Grand Cross of I lie Hath on James W. Gerard, former ambassador to Germany, appears here for the first, time in an unofllclal announcement In the Daily Mail which says the decoration was given Mr. Gerard in recognition of his unceasing and c>i;r-igeous efforts to ameliorate Hie lot of Hritlsb pr'soners In Germany. Tl.e G. C..U. (Knight Oram! Cross of the ll.illii Involves knighthood with the prefixed title of Sir. Loudon, Aug. 23.-The Central News says that all branches of the national union of railway men have been required by men to Instruct the executive committee to give notice of the termination of Hie truce agreement made in October, 1014, and demand an increase of one pound weekly in wages and considerable reduction in working hours. The truce provided for a settlement of all disputes without recourse to Ktrikes. DRAFTED MEN BLOW FINGERS AND ARM OFF Lloyd, La., Aug. 22.-Nathan Mosely and Willie Green, negro farm hands, among the first men drafted in Leon county, mutilated themselves to escape serving. Borrowing a shotgun, the pair went to the woods, and shortly returned. Green with four fingers on his right hand shot off and Mosely with his right arm shot off below the elbow. er DuchessoiB and the examination of Keoha, a fellow villager of the accused men, the crown's case will end, and Mr. Wnllbridge intends placing both Sinnisiak and Ulnksuk on the stand in their own defense. During Constable Wight's evidence counsel for the defense showed the jury by comparing photographs in the government blue book, taken at the time of their arrest, with the prisoners as they now appoar, what startling changes have taken place in the accused men's appearance in a short space of time. Providing good progress is made tomorrow the case should reach the jury late in the afternoon. far and near as "the sweetest girl in motion pictures," on the Paramount program at Starland theatre. "St. Val-entlntiK" was an old Italian Saint and although it is not known exactly how ho originated the custom, it is certain that since Hie time of his life-many centuries ago- -uniil the end of the 10th century, the custom of sending "valentines" or love tokens, steadily persisted. Kvcn today in many parts of the country the younger generation observer the quaint and pretty ceremony. Since, her product Ion of "Miss George Washington" for the Famous Players, .Marguerite Clark has conic to the conclusion that the whole truth and nothing but. the truth is entirely advisable under any conditions. She wove n well of lib:' 111 "Ml-.s George. Washington" from which she was able to extricate herself with Hie greatest difficulty-�- and in her newest picture j "The Valentine Girl" she nearly loses her Malice through the same trouble. Come to Ktarlaud theatre Friday and Sal itrd,ay and see how she keeps him. AT THE ORPHEUM "A Yellow Streak" is the feature at the Orpheuni. "Harry" Dale, the alom, a Wall Street broker, is financially ruined by his faithless, wife, and her companion. Itlchard Marvin. Disheartened and depressed. Hale goes to his apartment, to his wife, lie finds her (here in the embrac impersonate first one and then the other. mention of the name of "TIambourR" gives a status to the concert that few other names could do. Those who have heard Mark Ilnmbourg, Boris' brother, have heard one of the world's artists at the piano. Moris is a wonderful 'cellist anil ranks among the first two or three 'cellists of the world today who stand nearest to the master of tin-ill all. the late Klfrndo Pattl. Hoi-is llamboiirg has been received Willi the create-;! enthusiasm In all tho music cen'res of this and the Kuro-pean continent, in addition to which he made ; \Xlnr\A UTUC TD AMD ftUlBTBT � uK�M TONIGHT ISjaF Most Wickedly Beautiful Face In the World. "THE TRAMP CHIEF," wit* Gale Henry and UNIVERSAL WEEKLY. ALSO CHARLIE CHAPLIN 1ST "JWUiY STREET."  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