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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MON'DAYvAUGUST 26, the week atrCal iJiiutwiuijB PAGE SEVEN r. A, McAlpiu Dr. Ulaud whoVjras 1 of Rev, and morning foi Mr. C. S. holiday spent L." F. Bolide.) visitor at "Waterton Uukcs last week. Mrs. .Young and Miss Leah 7oung have returned from a visit at the coast, i _. Miss Bessie Hazel) has returned from a visit In the coast 1 Misses .Geneylevo and Annie Hanra- liait left last week to visit IQ Helena, David Caldcr and two little sons Davlo; and -'Arnold, of "Sunny Karm" left, tliis morniDg for Hobspn, where they, will spend a few weeks with Mrs. varents, Mr. nnd Mrs. IJerry "MInnio Hazel uis M ting at tho coistal cities Id British Columbia, liable It for California. and. Mrs. Howard jturned ou Saturday from .'Jn anil Sylvau'lLake. week to v aud'other points on .the .rly h'tts-jusrnrrivei] in the city, roiri a'450 mile trip froni' tt'ainsm'shi o and. Jnclucled In parly is Mrs. years-of age, vho has stow] the' journey remarkably veil. They.left on Tues- day and travelled easy rlviug In Lclhtirldge on Balurday. The iarty was composed ol and Mrs, A_ Simpson, the Jailer's mother, iIf3..Ljilej-, and Sir. ami Mrs, .W. E. Stmpson-and IIUlo son. Mrs', E. Simpson will be visltiug in the city n. c. M son Hlllj ici] from in Ka The Ncxt-of-KIn will meet in thp Moose Hall tonight at 7.30. -All.iQeui >ers iJlease. attend. RED CROSS' WORKERS NEEDED Miss Dawdeti who has been the guest of- G. -K. C. Mnrtin ot Willow Point, and, Miss A: Hawden, who-has been visiting at Vroctor, have returned r t Is Inking her nnrke's-training in St. Luke's hos- pilal, her parents Mrs. .Falrley and. Miss F.alrley. ate leaving shortly to visit ,i CaTgaTy. Miss Alleen Jones, after 2 months to the coast cities is relmilng to.'.LethbTldge and: will. resume her classe on Sepl Mr antf "M" I. A McKlllop and family accompanied bj ihelr guests "Mrs Hamilton and Miaa Hamilton at laWs last Miss Eva Lelhbrldge, haa beftn rlailmg her "Mr and Mrs A Moore 140th returned to her btjme this accom Hiss Helen Moore v-ho vjll be UIQ the "during her Edmon ton Uulletin, Mr G Stacey ery much enterlained Iherehy especially by: tbe little tots race. Holmes Jorelt, bar-tender mightily, as dispenser of liquids, v.'Hh the assistance ot Com- rade Andrew, and (hey passed oat some forty galtons-'of per cent, twenty gallons of orangeade and "tea gallons, of fee cream. Tea a I anil, un- der Ihe direction .of Next-bMftn. ami some tea it was. It woulil nbt do to publtflh the number of sandwiches or caVcs that were consumed for fear FOOD BOARD FLASHES A FOR FEMINfNE FOLK England's UHchens ha proved a success and new bries' a being opened from time io lime the populailty of the scheme In London Ihe vrell hnown-Hamn baths have been converted into hugi public kitchens equipped, with ever; modern convenience Tor cooking on iarge scale. Food is purchased In t.tyrprenared wtUiout iiiul.cook ed scientifically, with the reauir.tba meals can be bought at a. Tflle than posaiblu thruagl Individual purchase and home' r-repai ation; AH degrees of social life are repre sen lea daily at the food c6unler.vEac customer brings her own uleniils.t .carry the food away and purchas tickets for It beforehand, Action for alfnioity ha'B been starle in the Supreme Cqurt here-Lby H..An drew 'Smith acting fdr Edna Pearl Ma shall. Interim alimony of month Is demanded nnd to pa the complainant's costc.ot prosecutln the fldlon. The kroiiuds for the claim arc not set forth In Ihe statement' o claim. at S of uf t S TliursJay at 00, St. Aiigusihfs churcb ly. at S Friday iu S, iutcr- ejslon -fchristlan meeting for one vic-ck. Kev. M. B. of Edmonton, wElrpreach luorn- next Sijuday, Christian at. S, W esl sy C h sd ay; a H .tout meeting.; WciliieEJuy fRcera of tho senior'a'my junior "mis- ton- baud-win meet at tht residence f Dr. Levering, S12 3rd Ave. S, Tiiurs ay at 3, M. vrill hold llnilr meet- ig at the reslde.nce of Mr.s, King on road. pouulatlou today is 1.47C, according to tins ostitnate of he yubllshere oj the llcctlersau dlrec- ory for !918 U being dUtrlbiit- This sh9wa an increase ft-r the yoar of' 15Z3, or considerably more than ou the the The below are more ia 'tbe, imtur'J of-a caleulatlun. There is that the pub have bcin as oiiitii tonserva- lilo The follo-.vJng fig- ures are subnultcil "as En the opinion o'f the publishers i'triost nearly ccpre- seultng the present ptjpulalioh ot Lethbridge., A complcto ceasus, only, can give dcfitilto and accurate uruutu slitwins situation arMng out ot the strike of masters auil Han, T, VV.Crolhers said that the de- Quickly Retfned By "Fruit-a-lius" A neighbor adrised mo io try 1 did so and to tho parimeut of labor Is In close touch surprise of wy doctor, I began Jo The minister rurUi'er explained that who sufler from Indigestion, chief source of difficulty Is they'Constipation time ago to JnQuirft.Iiito the..right Of AVall dealers or Kput postpaid by ilie guild to as Into IJLO matter of wages has _. _, presented a report, but onay do so soon. The Calgary Herald city lias ueeii notified that; dam ,ges will be sought for by Mrs. Stan ey Whitney for personal daiuages ant he demolishing of a Mitchell Six auto as the result of the collision with frcetc.ir Thursday evening. A letter o this effect was received hr the authorities this morning from J. H Iharmaii attorney: for Mrs. Whitney The letter states that no warning, eith er In hell a ounded h> he mot or man rind t! at tbi. i um in he street car sn great that the carried about 70 Icet! .long the track before the street car could-.he stopiied. Whitney la n Ihe hospital and the automohile is a total wreck, and the extent of the! damages cannot ho 'estimated until the condition of Mrs. Whitney is fully as- certained, and this is pimply to advise of the accident and that-such claim -be states the letter in conclusion. Mrs. Whitney la the wife of the well known irick roper, Stanley Whitney ot LUis city- Ottawa, Aug. freight rates crt sugar hare been modified. The question came before the cabi- net council on a report-by Sir Henry Draytou, chairman of the railway commission, Saturday, aud today the new made available. On refined sugnr in carload lots they To Montreal for local deliveries, 32e a hundred pounds from St. John, VU., aod 33c Q hnoilrcil jioimrfa Jrooi Halifax. The destinations in Canada, west of Montreal, the fifth class rales cur- rent irom Montreal, with the. addi- tion of H l-2c a hundred pounds from'St. Johu nnd 15 l-2c from Hal I- fax. From Vancouver; Hegina, Lanlgan, Hum- boldt anil Melfort, Sasb., the rail- 'afce, and rail fifth class rates con- temporaneously from Mont- real to uiB same paints. Winnipeg the percentage of the fifth class rate.from Vancouver to Winnipeg equivalent to the ratio of the commodity rate from Vancou ver to .Regina to the tilth class rate from Vancouver to Kegina. The new rates corao into force -from St. John and Halifax, cm Sen tember 12, and from Vancouver on September "3rd. The first ritt. io. the peace which __ has martfcd coal operations In this [part of District No. for several A convention of Alberta master j niontbs occurred at llillcrcBt last' bakers will IIR held in. whern the miners were out iti n usl 27th. Mr. Kdward ParneH ot thoiuoily" on a demand tor 90 'cents'per Splers-Parriell Baking Co., Winnipeg, who is the western ,renrhstentative 'pi the'Canada. Food board'will be .pres- ent and address the A.berta" bakers oa the food laws and .their enforce- ment. It is the intention of i the meet- Ing to form an Alberta Association of Master Bakers and appoint super- visors for the different sections of Alberla. .Tohn Gilmore, wife and son are leav- ing for CaMgary this aliei-Doon to at- tend this meeting. John tillinore. has been appointed delegate to represent tbe master bakers; BANK CLOSED. St. Louis. Aug. Union Sta- tion liantr; with deposits of did not open for liuaincBa today, nnd It was, announced Dint the bank was in the hands ot State Bank Commis- sioner Knrlghl. OE Ihe total deposits were savings deposits. 13ank began nil investigation, a ago. ton slark coal.- Coal Coin- nilssloner Annatroog offers .the min- ers 7'2 cents per Sou but they have re- fused to entertain the offer. The men were idle; all last week, and on Sunday the miniag camps Ihb voted in favor of a sympa- thy strike, provided tliat the 'dis- trict off (rials were willit.g that they should go out. Tue-Hillcrest mines are among the largest producers of steam coal in Uie Pass. They are still tied ni> today. Inspector Mundy, ;wllo viU- have charge of "D" division of the A. P. P. vice promoted, arrived yes lerdriy 'take over" his new duties. Assistant Piper 5s-in the. felly installing 'inspector Mundy, Sergt." Trickey. has been acting Inspector1 for the past .'month" is leav (ng for Medicine Hat, he Is in charge of the detachment. Inspector Mundy has for a long time been connected with the II. N. W..21I P. at Regina. "He is n very' efficient "officer" declared a' member ot Ihe Mounted Police hero to the Herald this morning. Commercial telegraphers on lines In Southern along with (he commercial, telegraphers "in -all other parts of Canada, took a strike vote'1 oh Sunday, anil from what the llcralci could learn today the vote will be solid in favor of a s'Tike for the demands of :leleg' rapliera. Tho; demands are for an eight-hour day instead of for timo and one-half for, pverllnie, for free typewriters nnd tor a 25 per cenl in- Creasp.jnstead of the award. "bolievo a, compromise will oe said one ot the local men affected the Herald this morning. Should a etriko result it win not af- fect {he C.P.R. train operation, though the telegraphers In small towns yrhere they also act as station agents will refuse Io ssnd commercial mo ge AUSTRALIANS CAPTURE MANY; London, Aug. official cor- respondent with tho Australian for- ces in r'rance telegraphs: "fhe, Germans are retreating, fight- Ing rear guard, ncltons- On Saturday night amtnimitlon dumps could be seen burning .everywhere. "About Germans-have been, can'tureil by the Australians alone since August Stli, a much greater number than all-the Australian cas- ualties." AT THE EMPRESS SUBTERRANEAN THF Cares at Glacier, BC whoee mysterious aabter rioean chambers, wubed out 61 tbe heart of a Mountain by a glacial J river, an 'reached la summer from an mwwiow sir thousand feei by beautiful 'aaow-cUd though tbe meadow 1i with flowers. In" winter, hw tVer the snow falla and la early epring Mr Dcfitscknun, origfnaHj- discovered tlwao aM who la' employed o shoir Ibtm to pisclnj to for.lW ca- tranoc, which may lie ten feet a snow drift j All ardoad are tbe aalinals which tAls way Ift'wfnler over ihVBaJ66 Pass to the whew keenest hunter.-Is crluly. bear, wolf, cirlboiu g'oat and mountain of course, the ftefter anl- an but rarely whittling cdtoc and play around the cabin cheekily.beg- tfng bread from the..luncheon SAud- wiches, while overhead engle fllea Io for hU own prey caves themselves iro UB inhabits] and so far ho fish have been d.ecayercd In the of under blftro 6f A mag rw-ilunl ribbon htfwtver there 1? scenery fQbush and to marble flowered walls contrasting the water to prcsfent nb LAS cdrcred v-hat of the torrcQt which ragca Ihrougti it n6t flnJ any1 In Hie waH Valley but QI niowpiaift forty milts nuD to be wltb thU river. ;