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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOnDHCIMCR PIANOS kdison VhONOQRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. "Everythlna Musical" 315 6th Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD! GEORGE MOI^SAN HOUSE DECORATOR 64 11th 8tp��t 8. Phone 1483 Prortjpt and Reliable Work Done at Reasonable Prices. _ Which will You Have . CHICKEN, FOWL, DUCK, LAMB, VEAL, BEEF. AU Young, Choice and Fresh. DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food Board License Number 9-266"; Use Penslar Tread Easy Foot Powder During the summrr months you will be wallcing more than ever, .ind it vou will shake a small quantity of Ponslar Tread Easy in your stioes each step will be one of ease. Dout suffer from burning and perspiring feet when such a relief is so easy to obtain. SOLD IN LARGE SIFTER CANS AT 25c THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. ^f^lBtOS^c Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 14*7 For the Coming Week WE EXPECT FRESH FRUIT WILL ARRIVE in LARGE QUANTITIES. WE ADVISE NOT TO WAIT TOO LONG TO 00 YOUR CANNING AS WE ARE INFORMED THE PRICES will NOT BE AS LOW AS THEY WERE LAST YEAR. WATCH OUR ADVERTISMENTS WE WILL HAVE THE CHOICEST FRUIT TO OFFER AT LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. WHEN \H THE CITY CALL AND GET OUR PRICES. THEY WILL INTEREST YOU. ALSO WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW. THE GOOD GO. LIMITED High-Class Cash^ Grocers . CANADA FOOOSOARD LICENSETlUMBER S-S99 PhoHC 525 1 3 A BOYCOTT. Buenos Ayres. Ang. 20.-The port �workers' union here has declared a boycott on all vessels which ordinarily should have loaded or unloaded at Jlontevideo, but came here because the port of Montevideo was paralyzed by the strike. \ FIRE DEPT. STRIKE. Pittsburg, Aug. 24.-The entire working force of the city fire department went on strike at noon \\ today because of the failure of ^ ' the city government to meet cle~ mands fer.a wage-increase. WHEN YOU THINK OF CLEANING, PRESSING OR REPAIRING THINK OF D" THE TAILOR Telephone 1666 410 FIFTH STREET THE WEATHER High...................---- Low ....................... Forecast-Fair and warm. 85 59 REIEFRONILINE ON VESLE RIVER Paris ..-Vug. 24.-(Hai.-Us .Vgeiicy.i - Negotiations between Berlin and Ma-j drid over Spain's decision to replace; . . sunken ships with German interned | vessels have failed, according to the Petit Parisien. Imperial Chancellor Von Hertling does not desire to furnish any guarantees against submarine warfare, it is said, and the .Maura ministry of Spain is maintaining its position, it is stated that at a meeting of the ministers at San Sebastian last night comfliraentary decisions were reached in the controversy jvith Germany. \ GET m YE Aug. 24.- i With the .\merican Army on tlie \"esle. .\ug. L'L'.- (Asyoclated Press.) -.\ number of fires were reported late Thursday and during Thursday niglit within the German lines between tlie Vesle and the Alsne. .Vmcrican officers are of the opinion that the Germans are burning buildings and material which they do, not want and have not time to move. French and American observei's several days ago reported heavy movements-of enemy infantry and trucks Prisoners captured by i the Americans in the last few days declared they knew nothing about troop movements between the two rivers. The continued pressure of tlie j French and British on the fifty mile front north of Soissons and other de- j veiopmcnts lead American officers toi believe that the Qermans will be forced to withdraw from the line of the Vesle. German prisoners say they do not | think tliat Germany can win a decisive! victory. They believe that Germany \ will endeavor to hold on in an effort to obtain p. peace by nsgotiatlon. Desperate Resistance. With the British Armies in France, i KODAK SUPPLIES FOR THOSE WHO FINISH THEIR OWN PICTURES^ We have a full stock of various kodak sundries such ns Papers. Chemicals. Dark Room Lamps, Amateur Printers, Trays. Printing Frames, Portrait Attachment. Cplor/ Screens, Tripods, Kodapod, " Thermometers, etc. In tact "we have practically cTOrything the amateur .will need. CITY AND DISTRICT Band at Gait Gardens The band will play Sunday afternoon at Gait Gardens Instead ot in the evening at the lake. \ Return From Fishing Trip. XI. A. Wright and his father from .Medicine Hat have returned from a week's fishing trip to Proctor, B.C. For Belgian Relief. W. A. Buchanan, Af.P. acknowledges the receipt of ISO from the Pincher Creek Girls' Belgian Relief club for the Belgian Relief. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Sueeessors to Jackson & Co. Telephones 665 and 1232 Sherlock Building Former Resident Wounded. Private .1. K. Hislop. who was at one time connected witli the King's Hotel, North Lethbridge, has been wounded. TRUNKS BAGS VALISES This is a new department with vkt, and judging by the business we are doing, we must have what our customers consider good values. Inspect our stock, compare our prices. A few marked samples are now on es-hlbltlon In our window-i more inside. Consumers Hardware and Supply Company CROWDS "ZACK" Hay & F. O.HYDE & CO. Cor. 2nd Ave. and 12th St. A. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE convicted "by 'general | -^"S. i;4.-At Bihucourt the Bochos are f disobedience in hav- desperately trymg to hold up the ad- s ARLOW'S EAT ARKET PIione796 1110 Sixth Avenue S. rou're Sure at the Sanitary Shop Sure you're safe and of good work. WEITBROOK BROS. Oppealta Bank of Montreal Camp Niagara, Ont., Three draftees court martial of u.ouu^>..=....= .n ...i. , ^ - . , ing refused to obey the orders of thelrp"'>nce of the British by fighting from superior officers, were paraded fori^'e rums ot a large sugar factory, j sentence this morning. Two of them.: Tne British are fighting iij the vi-Prlvates Toorish and S. Babcock, of cinity of .Mory and are pushing for-tbe first battalion, both ot whom had I ""ard east of the .-Vrras-Bapaume Road,; refused to put on uniforms, had been as well as at St. Leger, just to the sentenced by the courts to penal ser-; northward. vitude for life, but their sentences had I The German lines are manned witli; been commuted to ten years in the \ men and troops, indicating confusion penitentiary by the governor general. | while south of Bapaunie the Germans ' -:- I seenr to be throwing in more troops. RETAIN DECORATED. i Never before have the entente air- (Associated P�ress.) With the French Armies in France. planes had such ground targets. A large number ot planes are swooping Aug. 23.-Near the headquarters of j over the road, emptying thiir machine the French armies today General Pe-, guns and cargoes of bombs into the tain, the French commander-in-chief. \ enemy m.asses damming the roads was decorated with the i^ilitary Me- ^ with dead and wreckage and causing �' � " '  � ' ji,g greatest confusion. The allied aviators emptied their dal by President Poincare. Marshal I Foch, Premier Clemenceau. and Naval Minister Legyues accompanied" the president. CAPTURED BIG GUN Paris, Aug. 24.-(Havas Agency)- Australian troops during the recent guns and dropped their bombs as fast as they could and returned time and time again for more ammunition. fighting have captured a heavy Ger-i man 280 millimetre 11:02 inch gun. From a captured document it appears that this gun, which is of recent model and with a range of more than 18 miles, had been intended for use in the bombardment of Amiens. MARKETS loun His Master's Voice NOW ON SALE AT WILLIS PIANO STORE HULL BLOCK REMEMBER THE L0C;ATI0N Have you called yet? You will Hke making your selection from our stock. It is fresh and new. The attention given purchaseirs is skilled and and helpful. Again, we say, you will like our service. Do yc'u enjoy a really brilliant violin number? Hear . HEIFETZ play the SCHERZO-TARANTELbE :by Wienlaw-ski. A genuine treat. 'For a record that, displays at once the haunting sweetness of her voice and her wonderful technique, hear MME. GALLI-CURCI sing the great somnambula aria-"Ah Non Credea ^Ilfarli."'A wonderful song by a Wonderful singer. Do yAr toes tingle when you hear a lively Fo.x Trot? You aro'tSae fof then if you hoar the "RAWbOW GIRL" arrangemift. Bang up freah from the New York stage and a dandy woice number. And on the other side another , medley fo� trot, this time from "Oh Lady! Lady!" Or if wu would rather hear a good war song, listen 'to , Arthur Fields singing "V/HBN I SEND YOU A PICTURE  OP BERLIN." A-nd on the other Bido u real hit "INDIAN-OLA"-a heap big red man 'Who wants to "tomahawk KalK-er mr .. Whatever kind of music you like we can suit you. H.C.C.SALMpN MANAGER Close 83 79% IIG 406 ..90 Winnipeg, Aug. 24.-The market was dull today. Spreads were all unchanged from Friday. Ufferlngs were, light. Oats closed IVgC lower for October, !c lower for November and S'/^c lower for December. ^ WINNIPEG MARKETS. Oats- . Open OcttSber ................83% December ..............80% Flax-October ...............419 November .............418 CASH PRICES. Oats-No. c. w.................. Barley- .No. y C.W., 115 No. 4 C.W.,^110^ Calgary Livestock Calgary, Aug. 24.-Receipts dropped somewhat lighter again today. Hogs receipt still continuing on the light side and the cattle receipts being mostly stockers and feeders. The cattle receipts jiro considerably, behind what they wSVe last week, as also are hogs. Business today generally was quiet, cleaning up the week end business. Top cattle remain at $13.50 for best at�ers, buyers only bidding on the heavy stult and hogs at $19.50. We will be open during the following hours tomorrow (Sunday). AFTERNOON From Two to Four EVENING From Seven to Nine lB.HigiobttkiB&Co - Limitod � rim Smtm Alhertfe'a Planaar Oni|ftol|iP Whelvtala and Retail Chamlatk Phones 1515 and 322 Deputy Minister Education J. T. Rosa, deputy minister of education, is in the city from Edmonton. This morning he visited some of Uie school districts near Lethbridge. Has Atflilfa Seed After having been disappointed for four years, Chas. "Alfalfa" Kane is starting next week to reap a crop ot alfalfa seed- on his farm near Iron Springs. He says the stalks are shprt but are loaded with seed of a fine sample. Lieut. Ross Here Liout. George Ross of the Royal Air Force, w!io has completed his training and is ready to go overseas to enter active service, has been granted a month's leave of absence to settle his private affairs here, and arrived home yfsterday. . Vets to Meet, A general meeting of the association will be held in the club rooms at 2:45 on Sunday, August 2oth. All members will please attend. The executive committee will meet at 8:00 p.m. in the secretary'.s office. .Matters of very vital importance will be out for discussion and all members of the committee will please attend. Annual Meeting. The annual-outing ot the G.W.V.A.. Lethbridge district, will be" hold at Cardston on Labor Day. The trip will be made in automobiles kindly furnished by the Rotary and automobile clubs ot this city. All members desiring to attend will hand tn their names to the secretary,' not later than uoon of the 30th. Chicago. Aug. 24.-Eddie Rousch, hard-htttlng Cincinnati outnelde'r. with hut; nine days of the season remaining, is attempting to crowd "Zach" Wheat, the Brooklyn veteran, from the coveted top rung of the National League battijig ladder. Rousch took a spurt In sacrifice hitting, going Into a tie with Jlollwltz ot Pittsburg for a total of 28. Qroh of Cincinnati, is giving Burns of Now York, a fight for scoring honors. Burns having registered 76 runs as against 72 (or the Cincinnatr star. Cravatli of Philadelphia, tops the home run hitters with seven. Max Carey, Pittsburg, Is in a class by himself in base stealing. Ho has 55 thefts.to his,credit, while Burns, the Nejv Yorker, his nearest competitor has only 36. Th* leading batters are; Wheat. Brooklyn, 343; Rousch, Cincinnati. 328: HoUocher, Chicago. 322; Groh, Cincinnati, 317; J. C. Smith, Boston. 317; Merklc, Chicago, 309; Daubert, Brooklyn, 304; Young, New York, 299; S. Magce, Cincinnati, 295; Paskert, Chicago, 294. There is a wild scramble on in the American League for honors in scoring and base stealing. Chapman is showing the way in scoring, having counted VI times. Cobb has registered 73 runs. Staler tops the base stealers with 38, with Chapman and Cobb tied for second place at 34. Chapman also is tied with Shean of Boston, for the lead In sacrifice hitting. Ho has 31. "Babe" Ruth ot Boston, and Walker of Philadelphia, remain tied for the honors in homo run hllting with 11 each. The leading batters are; Cobb, Detroit, 379; Burns, Philadelphia, 343; Sislcr, St. Louis. 335; Speaker. Cleveland, 319; Wood. Cleveland, 309; PIpp. New York, 304; Murphy. Chicago. 304; Baker. Ne\v York, 302; Ruth, Boston, 299; Walker, Philadelphia, 298. A. Calhoun, ot Calgary, city llbrur-ias, has enlisted In the Siberian force. WE MUST DO BUSINESS BY PHONE Our market is on 9th Ave. North. We serve many ot tho most particular people in tho city and please them. R. Coiiitry Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market Caniida Food Board License Number 8-28693. . IN MEMORIAM. In loving memory of my dear husband, Corp. William King, 50th Battalion C.E.P.. who was killed in action on Augu.^t :;4tli, 1916. For us you always did your heat, May God grant you eternal rest. Duty nobly .done. Mrs. King. TOKIO RIOTS. Tokio, Aug. 20.-(Delayed.)- Rice stores and twenty houses fiave been destroyed In the prefecture of YamaguchI by a mob nunr\bering several thousand. In the combats with the police 12 rioters were killed and several slightly wounded. In Toklo there has been 1000 arrents.' Since the beginning of the riots. ' The unrest in the mining distrlcta Is spreading and several strikes and disturbances are reported. Death of Coaldale Lad. Samuel Wilson, aged two years, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wilson of Coaldale died in the city on August 23. following Nan operation for apliendicltis. The funeral will take place on Sunday afternoon at three o'clock from Fetterly's parlors. Interment will take place in the public cemetery. Pay Paving Account At a special meeting ot the city council it was decided to j>ay the Blthulithic Co.'s account ot $6748.26 for repairs to the work done by the i'loso Paving Co. This amount is to i be charged against the retention mon-ies held on tho Eloso contract. A furth-1 er account of tho Bitullthic Company! tor $1001.20 covering the 9th Street crossing and sundry repairs was paid also.' Chief Hardy was granted one month's leave of absence. We small won't some have received a shipment which last long. Also U. S. EDITORS TO FRONT. New York, Aug. 24.-A party of educators, editors and journalists is soon to leave for England and Franco as tho guests ot the British government on invitation extended through tho j ministry of Information. WERE DRIVEN OFF. London, Aug. 24.-German motor boats attempted a reconnaissance In the neighborhood of Dunkirk yesterday morning.. They were driven off., by British and French patrolling ves-8e\s. One enemy boat Is helioved to have been destroyed.. The allied forces suffered no casualties. AUenbury's Fobd AT THE Frank Hedley Drug Co. 15 , REQUIRED FOR R. N. W.^. POUCE CAVALRY DRAFT for Siberia Requirements: Robust, cheerful temperamnnt, expert' horsemen, good shots. Cannot accept men called up for. service under M. S. Act. Apply R. N.W,M. Police Barracks at Once. QUAKER BREAD IS A REAL VICTORY LOAF John Gilmore LiinUed Bakers quaker bread contains* 10% of substitutes as required by the food ,,^C9^itr0ller. these substitutes are barley flour, corn flour, oat . flour and oatmeal. quaker bread is today a better eating and keeping loaf than it ever was before the ____use of substitutes. the substitutes w| USE QiyC the loaf flavor XnO KI|ep it,moist. We Ar^.All G>rre8ponclent8 Now! We write our friends, at the front and elsewhere, ^nd get through pads quichly. You should see our stock ot these convenient blocks of paper the first time you fin.'l yourgelt out. We have a number ot speolal 111)08 W6U worth attention. Paper does not go wrong readily. Provide against the rapid advance' in paper coats. ......-^-buy now-^ The Twentieth Century Book Store 614 fourth avenue phone 618 for reading and writing material V � � *'Readlng:miketh:a'fuirinan; .Writing, an exact man." STENOGRAPHERS WANTED To Call and See^ tha Byron TyptwriUr Cabinet ' " SomQtbiog ijew. Carbon bolder in front, of operator. A place for evorythlnS- Letter beadiii envolopes, bill heads, car*, bon, second sheeti), etc. * , Wo supply everything for the office.. EVERALL iad FRANKS ...... Office Outfitter! SInnot BlooK Cor. 4th Ave. A 5th. St. 9. i 'Ht'V , at�issiwr| 46348158 52 ;