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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 0v .�' *5 NOnOHEIMER PIANOS KDISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. "Everythino Musical" S15 6th Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th Street 8. Phone 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work Done atyReaaon-able Pricea. 1^ Which will You Have* Tomorrow CHICKEN, FOWL, DUCK, LAMB, VEAL, BEEF, All Young, Choice and Fresh. I! DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food Board License Number 9-2664 \ Use Penslar Tread Easy Foot Powder DuiTng tbo Slimmer months you will lie walking moro than ever. ....J If vou will shake a small quantity of Ponslar Tread Kasy in your snocs each step will be one ot case. Don't suffer from burning and perspiring feet when such a relief is so easy to obtain. SOLO IN LARGE SIFTER CANS AT 25c and THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd, NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 14�7 HUGE SURPLUS OF MILLION DOLLARS Winnipeg, Aug. 23.-The financial statement of the board of grain supervisors for Canada from the date of Its creation, July, 1917 until July 31, shows that the boar-ill receive ?1 a day extra expenses >v1iilo aiVay from headquarters. On ^and after Septeoiber f,, 1919, where^telegraphers are required to use typewriters, the same shall be supplied arid maintained by the cotn pany. No telegrapher shall be compelled to work more than five hours without a lunch relief. ' In case ot reduction of staff the junior telegrapher from point of service in the auperintondent's district will, be dispensed with and it reduction is |iecessary in higher grades, the junior m higliBr grade will have tho preference of continuing in the service, but ut a reduction of salary, and so on through each class until tho junior class Is reached. The foregoing recommendations were made by Judge .1. H. Scott, of. Perth, Ont, chairman, and W. N. Til-ley, K.C., Toronto, 'who represented the company in a minority report. D. Campbell -of Winnipeg, the representative of the men, in a minority report recommends a higher scale of wages and that thoy should become effective, as from" May 1, Instead of August 1^ 1918. Victoria, B. C, Aug. 23.--U is understood here that the marine cngin. peers have unanimonsly voted to stand by the masters and males In support of their demands. Such action will mean an absolute tie up, as it will he out of the. question tor the steamship companies to operate vessels without the assistance ot men in the engine room. died. COOK-At the / general hospital on Friday, August 23, Calgary, Harry V. Cook, ot Lethbridgo. BOWMAN-At Halifax, Nova Scotia, on August 20, 1918, Maynard Bowman, father of C. B. Bowman of this city. CARD OF THANKS. .Mrs. WUgrass of Magratli wishes to thank all the friends who so kindly assisted in extinguishing tho flro which occurred at her home during her absence on Saturday last. PARDONS THEM Amsterdam, Aug. 23.-Emperor Charles of Austria has pardoned 24 defendants awaiting trial" on the charge of high treason at Serayevo, Bosnia, according to a dispatch to tho ENGINEERS SUPPORT THEM FOR EVERYTHING ON THE MARKET Buy by. comparison-we do. R. Coultry Phone 492 The AlberU'Meat Market Canada Food Board Liconso Number 8-28893. - 15 REQUIRED FOR R. N. W.M. POLICE CAVALRY DRAFT for Siberia Requirement: Robust, cheerful temperament, expert liorse-mcn, good shots. Cannot accept men called ur lv for service under M. S. Act.  Apply R. N.W; M, Police Barracks at Once. V^ATCH THE KIDDIES GROW ON QUAKER BREAD John Gilmqre Limited Bftkers THERE 18 NO' FOOD THAT WILL AGREE WITH THE ,.KIDDIES OF ALL AGES LIKE GOOD BREAD. THEY DO NOT .LIVE BY BREAD ALONE BUT PLENTY OF GOOD BREAD AND BUTTER OR JAM SHOULD BE THE MAINSTAY OF /^L YOUNGSTERS' MEALS, QUAKER BREAD IS WITHOUT DOUBT THE BEST BREAD VOU CAN SERVE ON YOUR TAPLE. TRY IT MAQV^M and bee THE YOUiyCST.ERS SCRAP.FOR THE CRUSTS. TRUST THE KIDDIE^, THEY KNOW A GOOD THING WHEN THEY SEE AND TASTE IT, BET. .TER PHONE.378 TODAY AND JUST SEE 'how iQbOQ IT IS, We Are All Correspondents Now! We write our friends at tho front and elsowhoro, and got through pads quickly. You should see our stock of these convenient blocks of paper tho first time you find yourself out: Wo have a number ot special linos well v/orlh attention. I'aper does not go wrong readily. Provide against the rapid advance in paper costs. -BUY NOW- The Twentieth Century Book Store 514 FOURTH .A.VENUE PHONE 013 FOR READING AND WRITING MATERIAL "Reading makoth a fuli man;  . Writing, aa exact man." ^yy///yyyyy/y '//yy/yyy/yy^y//yyyyyy,^y^yyy/yyyyy, NOGRAPHERS WANTED To Call and Sea the Byron Typewriter Cabinet Something new. Carbon holder,in tront of operator. A place lor eyerytblns- Letter heads, envelopog, bill heads, carbon, second sheets, etc. We supply everytWn^ for tlio oKlce. EVERALL and FRANKS Office OutfIttfra, ;