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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST PAGE SEVEN and from fsvnl Bland guest ot and th s morning for has by Ws6n r the week at Cal and Howard re on Saturday from sti 4it Edmonton and holiday spent Bbmiell was a visitor at Waterloo Lakes last Young and Miss Leah Young have returned from a visit at the Miss Bessie has returned from a visit to the coast Misses Genevieve and Annie Hanra lian left last week to visit In David Calder and two little sons Dayle and Arnold of Sunny Farm left this morning for B where they will spend a few weeks with nnd Miss Minnie who has been Writing at tho coastal cities iri British has left for Hings and son have returned from visiting in Miss Bawden who has been the guest of Martin at Willow and Miss who has been visiting at have returned to the Miss Madge who is talcing her nurses training in Lukes hos is vistiing her parents in tho Fairley and Miss Fairley are leaving shortly to visit in Miss Alleen after 2 months visit to the coast is returning to and will resume her classes on and McKillop and accompanied by their Hamilton and Miss visftors at Waterton Lakes hist Miss Eva Moore of who visiting her grandparents and 140th street returned to her hpme this week accom punied by her Miss Helen Moore who will be the guest of Misses Woodroffe during her ton lust night for th const She was accompanied by he two Dorothea an Avis and their guest Miss Ed ith who will continue thel studies at Margarets school 1 Joe Cqwgill and son and Mrs Robert Archbold and havin spent the past month In Vaicouve have now left for Victoria and Sea McAlpin Icftilast week to vls JLJ iur JCftSlo and othw the i vrApaVty hasijUsKarNved in the frpiii a 460 mile trip from WalnwrlglU to and Included in the party Is 88 years of who has stood thd Journey remarkably They left Walnwrlght on Tues day and travelled by easy ar riving in Lethwrldge on Tho partV was composed ot and D the latters and and Simpson and little Mrs Simpson will be visiting in the city for some CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The NextofKln will meet in the Moose Hall tonight at All mem bers please Hinhalost But we can Vouch for Atkins who holds the reputation if being able to cat would have been an also ran In Saurdays Aftor tea to the 9mea bad arranged of for Urn and had taken the rent oil A very enjoyable time was and it was very bttft crowd Journeyed home TOcch id row Ftcbes United at S Marys ceaalon loartl of district meeting Thursday it Canon be batik aild August ills ehitreh at Friday at Inter lit plenty to eaVlbts plenty mftkn a RED CROSS WORKERS NEEDED An urgent plea is made for more workers at the Red Cross Rooms on Monday Now that the holiday leasoh is drawing to a close all the ouftg business women and any others fho are not attending at other times re asked to make a special effort to oaie on Monday nights at Work rs are most urgently Please make an effort to como every Monday Ight starting with 4 successful pIcHlcrthefiT Saturday s was all that could be WEDDINGS The marriage of two wellknown Lethbridge young people took place August in Calgary at the Methodist when Clif ford Ascroft ot this and Miss Hazel Belle also of this daughter of and William of Prince Edward were united in Tho bride wore a very handsome travelling suit and becoming Immediately ter the ceremony Mr and Ascroft for the coast where they will like ly make their The bride has many friends In the having lived here for six years and being on the office staff of the Burns The groom has been a resident of Lethbrtdge for 13 5 years of hat time being employed In the cap acity of city Their friends join in wishing them much lappiness in new Christian meeting postponed for one of will preach morn Ing next Christian Wesley Scout officers of tho senior and junior mis OF population todayIs according to the estimate of tho publishers of the Henderson direc tory for 1918 which being distribut fills shows an increase he of or considerably more than tenW commenting the estimate in state figuresgiven below nre inor of There is thVsameprobability that the put Ushers have been as much conserva tlvH as The following fig ures am submitted as In the opinion of the publishers nearly repre senting the present population ot A complete can give definite and accurate INDIGESTION AND sion band will at the residence of 812 3rd Ave Thurs day at will hold their meet ing at the residence of King on Coaldale HOPEFUL OF A STRIKE SETTLEMENT Ottawa Ang questioned today Inregard to tho British Col umbia shipping situation arising out of the strike of masters and mates Ion T WCrothers said that the de nartment of labor is in close touch with both the shippers and the em I am sRitl tho istor of that a settlement of tho which Is a serious vill be soon brought The minister further explained he chief source of difficulty is the Ejection of the various shipping com anies to deal with the recently or ganized Masters and Mates The royal commission appointed some time ago to inquire into right of the guild to recognition as Into the matter of wages has not yet presented a hut jnay do so PICNIC ff FOOD BOARD FLASHES A FOR FEMININE FOLK Englands national kitchens have proved a success and new ones are being opened up from time to time as the popularity of the scheme In London the well known Hamn ersrnitli Contributed The Great War Veterans gave tliei first annual picnic to the wid and other dependants of the mei who are serving or who have served in this at Henderson Park on Saturday Festivities openejj two in front of the grand stand in the Ex hlbitiou where a series of races were run off for the The events were well and th3 gathering of three people wsre very much entertained especially by the little tots Holmes as bartender in worked mightily as dispenser of with the assistance of Com rade and they passed out some forty gallons of two per twenty gallons of orangeade and ten gallons of Ice Tea was served under the un der the the and some tea it It would not do to publish the number of sandwiches or cakes that were for fear jvUHULni iuc baths have been converted into huge public kitchens equipped with every modern convenience tor cooking on a large Food is purchased in prepared without waste and cookr ed with the that meals can be bought at a rate than would be possible through individual purchase and home prepar All degrees of social life are repre sented daily at the food counter customer brings her own utenils to carry the food away and purchase tickets for it THlNlONY Action for alimony has been started in the Supreme Cpurt here by An drow Smith acting fdr Edna PearlMar Interim alimony of pel month is demanded and 100 to pay the complainants costs of prosecuting the The grounds for the claim are not set forth in the statement o LOCAL LADY The Calgary Herald says The city has been notified iliat dam ages will be sought for by Stan ley Whitney for personal damages and the demolishing of a Mitchell Six auto as the result of the collision with a sfteet car Thursday A letter to this effect was received by the city authorities this moniing Irom Charman attorney for The letter states that no eith er by bell or was sounded by the motorman and that speed of the street car was so great that the automobile was carried 75 feet along the track before the street car could be Whitney is in the hospital and the automobile is a total and the extent of the damages cannot be estimated until the condition of Whitney is fully as and this is simply to advise of the accident and that such claim will be states tho letter in Whitney is the wife of the well freight rates on sugar have been modified The question came before the cabi net council on a by Sir Henry chairman of the railway and today the new rates were made On refined sugar in carload lots they are To Montreal for local deliveries 32c a hundred pounds from and 33c a hundred pounds from The destinations in west of the fifth class rates rent tion Quickly Relieved By Frultatlws I suffered for many years with terrible and A neighbor advised mo to try I did so and to tha surprise of my I began to improve and lin advised me to go on with I consider that 1 owe my life to FruitSlives and T wantto say to those who suffer from Constipation or Headaches try ftf uitatlves and you will get CORTNK 6 for trial size At all dealers or sent postpaid by Fruitatires MlLiirnij from with the addi of 14 l2c a hundred pounds from John and a l2c from Hali From Hurn boldt and the rail I and rail fifth class rates con temporaneously in effect from Mont real to the same Winnipeg the percentage fifth rate from Vancouver The new t ember and September w iales uuuiu John and Halifax oil Sep from Vancouver on The first rift the peace which has marked coal operations in this part of District 18 for several months occurred at last mlssioner Armstrong offersthe min ers 72 cents per ton but they have re fused to entertain the The men were idle all last and on Sunday the mining camps along the Crow voted in favor of a sympa hy provided tiat the dis officials were that they should go The Hillcrest mines are among the largest producers of steam coal in the They are still tied up AUSTRALIANS CAPTURE official cor respondent with the Australian for ces in France telegraphs The Germans are fight ing rear guard On Saturday night ammunition dumps could be seen burning Germans have been captured by the Australians alone since August a much greater number than all the Australian cas A convention of Alberta 11 i til 1V1 1 IJU W Ul U SpiersParnell Baking who is the western representative of tho Canada Food board will be pres and address the Alberta bakers on the food laws and their enforce it is the intention of the meet ing to form an Alberta Association of Master Bakers and appoint super visors for the sections of John wife and son are leav ing for Calgary this afternoon to at LUJ v tend this John Gilmore Has been appointed delegate to represent the Lethbridge master BANK to to thTTaUo Union IO WllllIllJGb ironnrn S1 of the commodity rate from Vancou ver to Hegina to the fifth class rate from Vancouver to rates come into force tion with deposits of did not open for business and it was announced that the bank was in the hands of State Bank Commis sioner Of the total deposits were savings Bank examiners began an investigation a week known trick Stanley Whitney f of tills Inspector who win have charge of D division of the vice Piper arrived yes terday to take over his new duties Assistant Superintendent Piper is ir tha city installing Inspector Mundy who has been acting inspector for the past month is leav Ing shortly for Medicine when ho is in charge ot the Inspector Mundy has for a long tlm been connected with the M at He is a very efficien officer declared a member of th Mounted Police here to the Herald thi FAVOR A STRIKE Commercial telegraphers on Ines in Southern along with the commercial telegraphers in all other parts of took a strike vote on and from what tho Herald could learn today the vote will be practically solid in favor of a srike for the demands of the teleg The demands are for an eighthour day instead of for time and onehalf for for free typewriters and for a 25 per cent in crease instead of the McAdco We believe a compromise will oe said one of the local men affected Jto the Herald this Should a strike result it will not af fect the train though the telegraphers in small towns where they also act as station agents will refuse to send commercial messages AT THE EMPRESS SUBTERRANEAN THE Naklmu Caves at whose mysterious subter ranean washed out ot the marble heart of a Canadian Rocky Mountain by a glacial are reached in summer from an Alpine meadow six thousand feet sur rounded by beautiful snowclad though the meadow itself Is gay with In how the snow falls and in early spring wbe I originally discovered these and who is employed by the Canadian Government to show them to passing has to prospect for the en which way lie ten feet under a snow Allaround are the tracks et wild animals which pass this war lit winter over the Baloo Pass to the where only keenest hunter is likely to follow grixzly mountain caribou gloat and mountain In of the fiercer ani mals are but rarely but the whistling marmots come and play around the cabin cheekily beg ging bread from luncheon sand while overhead the eagle files In tireless watch for his own The caves themselves are entirely un and so no fish have been Discovered in the waters of the tinder the blaze of a mag nesium there Is scenery and to spareMite marble flowered walls contrasting strangely with the water torn floor Up to iht present no one has dis covered what becomes of the torrent which rages through tha It does not iind any exit in ihe waet Valley but are the mounislh side forty miles which MivDeUtsch man suspects to be collected with this subterranean r Bt ;