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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOaBHEIMER (BISON VHONOQRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Mujlcil'1 JiS eth South Phone 1WS LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR m inn a Prompt >Kd Work able PrleM, Which will You Have CHICKEN, FOWL, DUCK, LAMB, VEAL, BEEF. All Young, Choice and Fresh. DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food Board License Number Use Penslar Tread Easy Foot Powder During the summer months you will be walking more than ever, and If vcu will shale a small quaaUt> ol FiWlar Tread Kasy in your each step will be one of ease. Don't hurtling ami perapinns feet when such a relief i so easy to obtain SOLD IN LARGE SIFTER CANS AT 25e THE KENNY ALLIN GO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEt PHONE 1W7 For the Coming Week WE EXPECT FRESH FRUIT WILL ARRIVE IN LARGE QUANTITIES. WE ADVISE NOT TO WAIT TOO LONG TO OO YOUR CANNING AS WE ARE INFORMED THE PRICES WILL NOT BE AS LOW AS THEY WERE LAST YEAR. WATCH OUR ADYERTISMENTS WE WILL HAVE THE CHOICEST FRUIT TO OFFER AT LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. WHEN IN THE CITY CALL AND GET OUR PRICES. THEY WILL INTEREST YOU. s' ALSO WATCH OU j 8USINESS CROW. THE GOOD CO. LIMITED High-Class Cash Grocers CANADA LICENSCDUMBER Phone 525 v .v A BOYCOTT. Buenos Ayres. Aoj. port union here'ha's "declared a boycott on sll vessels which ordinar- should hare loaded or unloaded_af came here because the port of Montevideo was paralyzed by tne strike THE WEATUER High. Low and warm. 65 59 :V FIRE DEPT. STRIKE. PltUburj, Aug entire wording force of the city fire de- partment went on ttrike. at "noon today became of the failure of the city government to meet 3e mMds wage" increase.' WHEN YOU THINK OF CLEANING, PRESSING OR REPAIRING -THINK OF D" THE TAILOR telephone 1666 410 FIFTH STREET Paris ;Aug. legotiations between Berlin and Ma rid over Spain's decision to replace unken ships with German interned 'es'sels" have failed, according to the Paristen. Imperial Chancellor ron, Herlling does not'deslre to fur- any. guarantees against submar- ne Carfare, it is said, and the Maara ministry of Spain Is maintaining its Ion; If is staled that at a meet- ng of the ministers at San Sebastian ast night deci ion1; were reached In the controve'rEy jVith German v Hay Feed F. 0. HYDE CO. Cor. 2nd Afe.'and 12th St- A? PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE ARLOW'S EAT ARKET 1110 Sixth Avenue S. Ttn're Sore at the 1 Suitary Shop Sire you're safe and ot good WEITBROOK BROS. Bjnk ef Montrul GET UN YEARS With the American Arm? ou the Aug. Press.) number ol fires were1 reported late Thursday and dur.ns Thursday night -within the German .line's be- tween the Veale and'lbe Alshe. officers are of the oiiiu- ion that ihc Germans are burning buildings and material .which they do not want "and have not time to move. French and American observers sev- eral Veportcd heavy move- ments ol infantry and. truck northward. PriEtmers caplured by ihe 'Americans in the lasf few days de- clared they knew nothing about-trooji movements between ths two rivers. The continued pressuria of" the French and British on the (illy mile front north of Soissons and other de- veiopmchts lead'1 American officers toi believe that the Germans will be forc- ed to withdraw from the Vesle. German prisoners .say they do not think that Germanr can nin a dec hue viclon Thcv bclieie that Cermanv will endeavor to hold oh In to obtain a peace- by nssbliation, Desperate With the British" Armies in': Frauce, KODAK SUPPLIES FOR THOSE WHO FINISH'THEIR OWN We have" slock lous kodak .sundries such as Chemicals, Dark Room Lainpsi Amateur Printers, Printlng'TranTes, Portrait" "At- tachment Screens Tri pods, Kodapod Thermometers, etc. In. have practically everything the': amateur will need. THE RED GROSS DRUG BOOK CO., LTD. i Jackson Telephone and 123Z Sherlock'Bulldlnj CITY AND DISTRICT Band at Gait Gardens The band will play Sunday after- noon at Gait Gardens Instead of in the evening at the lake. r For Belgian Relief. acknowledges lie receipt of 580 from the Pincher Creek Girls' Belgian Relict club fur the Belgian Relief. Return From Trip. R. A.'Wright and his'father the courU to penal ser northward vitiide for life, but their sentences had been commuted to ten years in the penitentiary by the governor general. Aug. Bihucourt the Boches are de trying to hold up the ad The Germaa are manned with: men and troops indicating confusion Aug while south of Bapaurae.the Germans scenr to'be throwing in more, troops. PETAIN DECORATED Never before the entente air (Associated ftessl piisiiea had such ground targets A ti the French m France, .large number of planes are swooping headquarter ol over thd road, empt) ing thlir machine the French armies lodaj General Pe-jguns and cargoes of bombs into the tain, the was ekcoraled with the Me i President Pomcare Marshal Foch.- Premier Ctemenceau, and Na- vaLMInisler accompanied the president. CAPTURED BIG GUN Paris, Australian-troops during the recent fighting have'.captured a heavy Ger- man- 2SO millimetre Inch gan. From a captured document it appears thai this gun, which 1s of recent model and with a range of more than. had heen Intended for use1 in the' bombardment of Amiens enemy mas sea' damming the with dead and wreckage and causing the greatest confusion, The allied aTia.tors. emptied ".their guns and dropped their bombs as fast as they could-and returned .lime and time again for more ammurii His Master's Voice Records MARKETS NOW ON SALE AT WILLIS PIANO STORE HULL BLOCK REMEMBER THE LOCATION Have you called yet? You will like making your selection from our slock. It is fresh and new, The at tention given purchasers is skilled and and helpful. Again, we say, you will like our service. Do >cu enjoy a really brilliant number? llcar pla> the SCHERZO TARANTBLLB ty WIenian ski A genuine treat A wonderful song by i, wonderful singer toei tingle -when jou hear a lively t-ot Trot' e then If yoti hekr the 'RA1KBOW GIRL' t Bang up freah from the New York stage and a number And on the other side anolht.- meiilsi' foil (rot, (Ime from "Oh Lady' Lady1" Artfcnr singfeg "WHEN I SEND1 YOU A PIOT'URB OF BERLIN-" And on (lie other tide a real hit' INDIAN big red mail aiid wants (o Tomahawk Kate er Whafeyer kind of muelc you like we can suit you H. C. C. SAIJWON MAKAOEP His Alfalfa Seed After having beeii disapuoinled for four ye'ars, ChaS is starting neit'week to reap s crop o alfalfa seed-' on his farm MI ear -Iron Springs. He ?ajs the stalks are sbprt hut are loaded .n'lth seed of a.fine sample. Lieut.'-Ross Here Lleiit. George Ross of the_Iloyal All who has completed -his' train ing and Is ready to go overseas to_cnt 3F nctive sen-tee, bas been granted a month's leave.of absence to.settle hi: private affairs here, and arrived bomi jfsterday -rVett to Meet. V general meeting of the associa lion will be held In the club rooms: a 2 45 on Sunflai, August 2olh members will please'attend.- The ecutlve -committee will meet, at p.m; In-the secretary's" office. Ma tors-'ot-very vital importance will h out- for'--discussion -nnd all ..member of the'committee-will please attend We will be open dui- mg the following hours tomorrow AFTERNOON From Two'U Four EVENING From Seven to Nine IB. Hifiak.tki.tCo Limited The Winnipeg, Aog.> vas dull today all un ch.inged from "utrermgg were ighL Oats closed lower for .October c lower for November and lowei for'lJecember. WINNIPEG MARKETS Open C'losi Ocrfiber .....S3S Sr October...............419 416 November 41S 40S CASH PRICES. No 2 C W 80 Vo. 3 C.W., 115 No..4 Calgary Liveit'ock Calgary, Aug. ?omc.what lighter again today. Hoga receipt slill continuing on the-light Bide and the cattle recocts being noslly Btockers and feeders; The' cat- tle receipts .arc considerably behind what they were last week, as ar" hogs. Business today quiet, cleaning up the week "end bus- ness..-Top', cattle remain at1 J13.BO for buyers only bidding on the heavy, stuff and hogs at 119.50. ird Chamlitt. Phones 1515 and 322 TRUNKS BAGS VALISES This is a new department with uS and judging by ihe business we are doing, we must have what our customers consider good values. Inspect our compare'our prices. 'l A few marked samples are now on exhibition in our more JOB Ede. r Consumers Hardware and Supply Company Annual Meeting The annuaroutine of G.W.V.A., Uthbrtdge district, wjll'." ba" held at Cafdston "on Labor Day. The trip will' be automobiles kiodly furiiiBhed'by the Kolarj- arid aulomo- All members desiring to allenil will' hand to, thsir names to the not later than the 30th. Death of CoaldaTe Lad. Samuel Wilson, aged two'years. loved son or Mr. and Mrs.: Bernard Wilson of Coalflalo died -in the city on' August 23, following >an operation Ifor.'aplie'iciidlls. The funeral wll" I take .place on Sunday afternoon al [hree' o'clock from Fotteriy'a parlor: Interment -will take place In the pub [tc cemetery. Chicago 4ue RouBch, lard bitting Cincinnati outfielder, -with mt' nine the season remain- ng is attempting to Zach1 heat the Brookhn from he rung of the National league bating ladder Rouscli took a spurt In sacrifice hlttlne.-gotngMnto a tie wjth.Jfollwitz.ot Pittsburg for a otal ot 2S1 Oroh of is ng Burns "iorl., a fight for scoring honor's Burns' having regis tcred 76 rum is against 72 for the Cincinnati star of Philadcl phla, fops :the home run .hitters with ;even.v Mai ..Carey; PIttsburg, is In a stealing. Hu .as 55 theft's (o Ins credit, Burns, :he Key Yorker, .his nearest competi- tor has.'onlj' 3Gi The leading batters are: Rousch, Cln- Hollpcher, Chicago. 322; Groh, 317, J 0 317, Chicago, 303, Daubertr'-Brooklyn, 304; Young, New Magee, Cincinnati 29o, Paskerti'Chicago; 294! 'There Is af.wild scramble oh In the American League for honors in acor ing and base stealing .Chapman Is 'showing nay m scoring having counted 77 times Cobb has register cd 73 runs. Sialcr, tops the base steal- ers with ivith Chapman and Cobb tied for" second place at 34 Chapman also is tifld-with Shcan of Boston, for Iho lead In sacrinco hitting.' He has 31. "Babo'1 Iluth ot BoBtou, and Walk- er of I'liiladelphla, remain tied for ihe In home run hilling with' 11 each'. The leading batters are: Cobb, Dolroit, 313; Burns, Philadel- phia, 343; Sisler, st.lxwls, 335; Sneak- er, .Cleveland, 319; Wood, Cleveland, iNew. York, 304; -Murphy, Chicago, Baker, New York, 302; Ruth, Boston, 299; 'Walker, Philadel- phia, A. Calhoun, of Calgary, city librar- ias, has enlisted in the Siberian force. WE MUST DO BUSINESS BYPHONE" Our market Is on 3th'1 ATC! North. We serve many of the most particular people In the city and please them. R. Coultry Phone 492 The Alberta Mtat-IUrket Canada Food Board License Number IN MEMORIAM. In loving momory of niy dear hus- band, Corp. William King. .DOlh'Bal- talion C.K.F.. who was'Klltcd tri'actlon on August J4th, 1'jlS. i.r you always did yom1 God grant you eternal real. Duty noblj Idbne JIra King Pay Paying.Account At a special 'meeting-ot the' ell; council It was. decided to pay- the Bitbullthic Co.'a account of J8T48.2I for repairs to the work done uy the Paving Co This amount Is to be charged against the retention men held on tho Eloao contract A ttirth or account of the Bltnlllhlc Company (fir 51G01.20 covering the Otli Street crossing and sundry repairs.was paid also.' Chlel Hardy .was 'granted 'one month's leave of absence. TOKIO'RIOTS. Tokio, Aug. Rice stores and twenty houwi nave been destroyed in the pre iecture o( Yamaguchl by a mbb numbering >evera( tn the eombjts with'life police 12 rioters were killed and tevertl slightly wounicd. --In'-ToKio (hire hss been 1000 Since the be- ginning of the unreit In ttie mining dillrlctl Is Ing and leveral rtrikei and turbanees arc reporte'd. U. S. EDITORS TO FRONT. lork, Aug 24 A parts of cJ ucatora, editors anil journalists is soon to leave for England and France as I the nf British government] on Invtlatlon extended through tho j mlnlalry of WERE DRIVEN OFF. Aug 24 motor boau.attempted a reconnaissance in Hid'neighborhood yester- day' Tlier 'wcro driven off by British and French patrolling vea- solsr. One enemy believed to been destroyed x Tile allied [orcea -'suffered no casualties. We received a small shipment which won't last long. Also some Allenbury's Food Frank Hedley Drug to. REQUIRED FOR R. N. W. M. POUCE CAVALRY DRAFT for Siberia Requirements: Robust, ful temperament, exptri horse- .men, good shots, Cannot accept called up under'M, 5. Act, Apply at Once. QUAKER BREAD IS A REAL VICTORY LOAF John Gilmore Liniited Bakers QUAKER 8HEAD OF SUB. STIJ.UT" A8 REOUIBED-BY THE FOOD SUBSTITUTES ARE y BARLEY FLOUR, CORN FLOUR, OAT FLOUR AND OATMEAL. QUAKER BREAD IS I A BETTER EATING AND KEEPING LOAF THAN IT EVER WAS, BEFORE THE OF WE USE GIVE THE LOAF FLAVOR1 AND KIEP'IT, MOIST, We Are. All Correspondents Now! We write our frleitda at the front and elsewhere, nnd through pads quickly You shoufd see our slock of these convenient blocks of paper the first time yon find yonrfelf out We have a number of special lines well frorth attention Piper does not go Wrong readily Provide igaiusl :tho rapid advance" In paper costs. The Twentieth Century Book Store FOURTH AVtNUE PHONE 'FOR AND WRITING MATERIAL '''Reading BiJVetli'a'fall ________ pact STENOGRAPHERS WANTED To See, the TyptwnUr CibWel ew. Carboii iolnef In frost. of operator. A for lieadif, till heads, hon, second etc. We snpply everything for the olllce. EVERALL and FRANKS Ilock Cor. ,4th ;