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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta M030HEIMER PIANOS PHONOGRAPHS MUSIC LTD. "Everything Sth South Phone 1515 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD GEORGE MOKGAN HOUSE DECORATOR M4 tlth WfMt Prompt W.rk at THIS WEEK SOME FIRST QUALITY BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, and VEAL DELANY'S Meat Co. Oppwite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food Board Licenit Number Pewlar Tread Easy Fool Powder For the Coming Week AS THEY WERE LAST YEAR. WATCH OUR ADVERT1SMENTS WE-WILL HAVE THE CHOICEST FSUIT TO OFFER AT POSSIBLE PRICES WHEN ,N THE CALL AH. GET THE GOOD CO. LIMITED Cull Grtcert CANADA. FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER Plwae 525 perspiring feet when SOLD IN LARGE SIFTER CANS AT Zx THE KENNY ALLIN CO.. Ltd.v Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONI Violent Cqunter-Attacks Delivered By Germans Were An Utter Failure With the French army on the Oiie front, Aug. Violent counter attacks launched by tbe Germans this morning be- tween the River-AIlttte at Mont Saint Mard and .Juvigny, north of Solisoni, were completely smashed by the French General Man Jin's army is itlll menacing the ..'German communications be- River Alsne and and'Laon region. NEW CAPTURES London, Aug 26 p m Suszanne Cappy, towns north and south of the Somme respect- ively were captured today by Brit forw according to report! re ceiyed here tonight from the Brit- ish bsitle front. THe British also took AveHiet Les Bipaume, a suburb of the town of Bapaume a vioienl thrust north (ward then bj a quick facing about to ward the ea t to drive them off the hei-bts or the Ailette, tbus clear ins the south bank of the ano lending support to the third arrays action in- Ibe hills ot-Tbiescourt. The program siic'-ecrt-'tt In even lorm and that though thej enemy may say he retired unhindered sosne of his sjiff officers were obliged io flee in scantv attire A German general was seen running froo one of the exits ot a casern at the top of Choisv without boots or sus illle change In the cash market to da> The otfermES were light in all grains anu the demand poor and In different Oats closed 3-Sc lower for October; must have of necessity .'secured all ln- and 5-8c higher for December.. Flax closed 4c lower for October oc low er for 4V4c lower for December. Winnipeg Markcti Open Close October 83. December SOK Oct............i '414 4Ul Nov. 400 401 Dec S'9 S3C'4 Cash Prices C.W. 90S. CAW 110; 4.CAV. 103. Ha 4J7 Livestock Calgarv, Aug 25 was at the opening ot the weeks business, only 12 cars of pallia being in. most of which' -were .stockers Prices for any beef slufl'going ranges from ?13.50 to'414.00'.'. There were no hogs tn and prices remain {19.50. KODAK SUPPLIES FOR THOSE WHO FINISH THEIR OWN We leave a full stock of var- Jous kodak: sundries such as. Papers, Jlopra lamps, Amateur Prlnlers, Trays, Printing' Frames, Portrait At- tach-neut, Color' Trl pods Thermometers etc. In fact .Trechave practically everything ''the amateur will need. Gtolojttl Hera E. Wooila of Pincher.Creek, the well known geologist and mining en glneer, is in the city. 1 Hold Poiitions thi> French armj I on tie THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK co., LTD! A 5SJ and 1292 Mwrteck lulldlng TRUNKS BAGS VALISES This is a new department with us and judging by the business we are doing, we must have what our customers Consider good values. Inspect our stock, compare our prices. A marked samples on exhibition In our moro [aside __ Containers Hardware and Supply Company Sell It For Scrap t this morning's, meeting of the cilr'1 council il was decided to sell the old road roller which has graced the side of the trail at the Experimental farm for a number of years. Loyal Order'Of Moose Letnbrloge Lodge No. 732 will meel on'Tuesday night.-Aug. 27th, In the Moose hall, HiginbothanV Block It 8 p.m. Aj-lrbthers are requested to be in attendance as matters of importance are! to be considered Visiting breth welcome. Regina Vliitor Hal Jlorein; formerly manager 'of th3-Lelhbrldge'Mercantile, but ot-Resin'a, is a bus (ness visitor m tho pende-e just peared at the other entrance ap- fjrench trooos are still 'toiulv holding the po i'lons they hare won in this sector and further gains on the plateau to the eastward in the direction of the Chemin De Dames pat tfl I enerov in another dangerous positio Resistance Diminishing j With the British Army in France, I Aug oclated Press E.stance of a really strong nature I seems to be slightly diminishing a gralnt and men here as the most accurate yet made 'v t Jir. Wood's figures Include.' 45, 106.000 bushels 'for ...Manitoba, bo- ween -ha Alberta, and the remaining o maKe this estimate wan Trench SOUNDS It is a sad'' tut melancholy fact that front, the fastidious officer down UK line to the subaltern noni exempt from the ravages ot what ttio Ladles from Hell call tie "Wee Beast ie coid vthe lousei The proper, a uxillary ammunl tibn" lor ktf at the front Is a can df "TRENCH" POWDER (Trado Jtarl Registered) Bitlier dusted art or suspended from the neckjn mu.lln uags will kill head lice, ctab lice or body lice within ten minutes of application. Forwarded postpaid- to any boy at the front on receipt ol 35c Enclose numbers-find regiment. Write plainly J Prepared Exclusively by WHYEPIGO _ Phones 1515 and 322 Casualties Killed in- action: Pte. R. F. C. Gaelz. TRedcliifb. D. W. Hart.'Macleod, Alln. Gassed- Pie. T. Porritr, Macleod, Alia Goet_to MorrTstow.n Cook of No. 251.14th t north, wife'of the late Harry V. ook; who died in the-gen.eral hos- .Uil, Calgary, Aug. leaving jday'to- accompany the' regains to iorristow'n, ind.', where the interment HI take place, i A Card of Thanks Mr and Mrs Redshaw and faniilx wish, io lliank all their friends for iefr kindness and sympathy shown ---i in their hour of sad bereavement rid 'sorrow. Also the officers of .the Salvation Army .Adjutant and Mrs {amltton. Is Remanded Seiclel, the stampede per- who. was brought back, from Helena the'oilier day charge ot stealing McLaughlra car belonging to W D ot the Bank of Nova Scotia, appeared Magistrate [rf jn for h-arlng and was lllivrhursday for his preliminary hear ing He Is being held m the provin clal jair here .Tribunal- Results following cases were dispose J of In tbe miHtarj tribunal at Calgarf Disallowed A E Pakowki, N Magratli, W J Mol onu, Vackod, I1 1 etli briJgc, S Kranledv, Loalhurst, J L Mercer, Magralh Mloned until Noi 1st F Lucky Strike, W H Rje, Luckj Strike, i. A fjhudd leigh, II J, Eltorcl Foremost, W Vac WE MUST DO BUSINESS BY PHONE Our market is on 9th Ave. North. We sen-e many of..Uie most particular people in the clly anil please them: R. Coultry Phone 492 Alberta Mcit Market Canada Frsod Board Number lean Barons Strike H h L Luckj SpacKmnn, Stirling Fire'On Sumlay. Two fire calls were answered by the .brigade yesterday: The first was to an empty iraine building on 6tlt St -SUfiOid village, where it la thought children placing with mat ches caused belongs to the C P H department ot Natural Resources The second call wan to No G mmo and was a false alarm. Card or Thanks 1 lie Great'War Veterans beg to'lender their thanks to the fol lowing Neil of Kin for their gener ous help m the arralging for -ind th" the Picnic Mr Fred Smead of Ihe pavillion for Ills gifts to the children, the use ot the boats and the pavilion daring the evening, and to the following firms for their giits of supples A MacDonald Cl Lid The Scott Fruit Co Ltd, The The The Crsstai Dairy Co Ltd The Leth bridge Brewing and Halting Co Ltd ANNOUNCEMENT Announcing (he' opening ot the Western Sign Coapani, 4th Ave.1 S phone 1559 Melropolilan vrort. man, actual 1 settee We fre now read) ib handle, all classes of signs and show cards and will appreciate to von call or ohone for prices Good Company, s Lelhbrldge Mercantile Co Ltd ind suggestions N: M. Pautsen. Mgr Kentishmen's Meeting- Th6 regular monthly meeting .of the Kentish Association .will-be held BORN Monday, August 2Gtli. to r and Trederick Lohb 312 S, a son' HONOR FOR FOCH Paris, Aug municipal council ofT Paris has unanimously St Mar> s hall tomorrow (Tuesday) Uicreed to present to Ma-sual FoJi at So clock The members ate putting a sword of honor m recognition o! on. another vegetable display and the exhibits' this month should, maVe -an interesting collection: 'The following exhibits will be on com pell slots 3, vegetable 1, cab- age, 1; tomatoes, 5; cauliflower, I; 6m, 3 heads. patch to the Exchange Tclegrap Company. Only three thousand Bol shcvlk! troops are in that region noV iliflslosi M ARLOWS EAT ARKET 11teara been organist In churches in Toronto Ottawa and Lethbrldge He It survived by nfdow one daughter, the vrlfe of Dr.- C. C. Cragg, Uthbrldgc, Alberta, and five W. Bertram, IjOndon, Knglanili Gov H, K.r.Toronfoyltob. ert P, Bow Island Alberta, C Kurd lej', London, England (late of the Im Arthur at homo ils services as conirnaniler in cnlel if tie eillc'oteliille'd'forces. SCHOONER '3UNK i Gloucester Mass.v Aug 2b Sink ng of the Gloucester fishing srtiSon er J J tlahertj Oerman' sub Was reported in message received aptalri" here b> Clivrles the owners from T Gregor> Millbroolt, Onl, Aug W in to his con here Saturday evening re viewing .the ;vrorkr of Iho government last ten "months, gave some interesting statistics regarding' tho reinforcements tor Uie Canadian vice .Act came Into force the casaaltles suffered during Iho last year'-and a'.half. Our casualties for ihe calendar year 74oOO, said Mr Howell, our ca iialties this jear, with larger forces In 'he field, have bwu much lower Ilian at aiyjvUine .sinco our forces went to the front lor the "first sK months thej amounted to onj H WO, the Casualties tn tbe Brills'! and Fionch arnllos for the same period verj great Oitr light casualties have been due to two main causes s dhlslons, nnltke ot Great and Aus Iralla always nere up to "strength, and with the additional auxiliary ser prodded, constituted such a mlilablo fighting iT.mani ivith his crew of 24? have been safely 1 Pierre1 HAY for SALE qiollng very allracllve prices delivered at sour station for c'irtosd Iol3 Of TIMOTHY, TIMOTHY ANO CLOVER, PRAIRIE HAY, ETC Get OUr prices for prompt or future- deliver) Kenetb R. Simpson Co. or i 'Cilery, AIU 217 0 o _ attacked the held B> the Canadians although-thei did attack on either side, and, of our dUisions nero taken out of the line during tho spring offensive, largely tiiey TV ere up to strength and such an efficient force, li part of a slra leglc to bo used in an) crltl ral situation fthlch might develop been Mr Ron ell, 'during recent montai tor the defence of the Atlantic >ea board and Canadian snipping Oso of tho most Important the establish ment of Ihe'Camdlan Naval Air Sex vice. The governmenl should and Ihe government will put forth every ct fort in power to combat tho Oer man submarined off our "Atlantic, v________S_ Itm'n at DM Sure ud of good orV W'MTMOOK BROS. I EAnonton Aug lives are thought to have been lost In the Pembma river through, the wrecWng ot a raft on that on some date following -August 2nd. The sup; po-ed victims she Mr and Mre Jior and Samuel Slono, of Porwer House, a point oa'the Saslfatcheiran river. On August 2nd the three left Lovalt by raft to noil'down tho Pemblna river to a potiil opposite power house and it was thefr Intention to disem. mark (hero-and cross over to thtlr homes. Since their departure from Lovati nothing has heard ol them. Tfie trip down should have nol taken more than two days Nens of the missing trfo brought a man'named. Gulggy who has orgiiniied a party to search Iho river bed as far as The part) UMW ww YOU WILL LIKE- QUAKER BREAD WE A MIXTURE OF SUI9TITUTES IN QUAKEK IftEAO GIVES FLAVOR, CORNFLOUR HELM THt COL. OK, OAT OATMEAL KEEPS THE LOAF MOItT. ftUAKEft IMEAD IS MIOHTV, toAo 'iMAO AND YOU' ARE HEtflfli TO WHEAT WHEfl YOU IREAD ON YOUM TAlLE John Gilmort Limited Bakers We AH Cc.rretpondenU Now! writs otlr friends al the front and elsewhere tnd get throuitli pads quickly! Yon should see our slock of theso convenient blocks of paper first tl ,c tlid ydurssH out We hare t number o! attenllon Paper does not go readily Provide tftlasi tie rapid advance la costs f NOW- Century Book Store FOURTHXVENtlE PHONE FOR READINO AND; WR1TINO MATERIAL full HUB; i 'J- tjAct STENOGRAPHERS f ANTED To Clll ant tin Byron Somethltf Carbon holder tn front of operator A place for .loiter bndt, epvelopM, bill oead'i, car. MeMtd sheets, etc. V We Mfftr everrlklng" for .the office. EVERALL aid FRANKS Offtct Oirtfltten t 4Ui Mh M. ;