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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THIS iE HKKALU PAGE SEVEJ' un nu JlidirastoV, llonday, Aug. sociated recent attempt ot hieut. General Horvalh to gain control of iue- Husslnu military forces la Siberia was such a complete fail- ure Uiat t( Is iirouah.io; Iho [our hun- dred Zemstov troops which sidej with lilm aud .subsequently were disarmed will Join the ntmv ot General Seineu-; oft, anll-nolslievlkl leader'in Irons- llatkal, who "vvlth Ihe- cuteaec anted forces. The. troops of- fered no resistance to tho decision.of tno 'allies that they jiiusit lay down tholr arms. Tho disarming ot tiio Zemstov .was by of allied, troops practically Iho barracks occupied by the revolters.-A. decision to submit au ultimatum-to'tlie re- Toltcra was reached by llio council ronimanderif. TJjo rovoJlers were giv- en Hid option of returning to their original command, or ot joining tlio forces ot General Sc-meuoff on tho Jlanchurian front, .or, ot submitting to disarmament. At five o'clock Sun- day evening tUo allied patrols ap- peared tn the'frlwelB approacblug the ataft building aud adjoining tarracts. A curious tbrong attracted to the sceue; remained uutU Midnight. Ap- parently warned that action mlgut lio taken, tbo revellers closet! the doors ot their barracks und (or hours refused 'to treat with thorn. Eventually, however, tbey submitted aud were disarmed. An altlo to Ccne'raJ Horvatn today ..ought-to the of tho'lrobpB and disclaimed auyjn- tentloa oil tho ,part ot Ills cbEof to seize control ot tbo government.-The Xernslov, ho said, had long chafed be- cause of their inaction desired to fight the enemy under (Jeuem! Hesb- Therefore, lie said, when tiral Pleshkoff recently "arrived, be issued a call for froops ftnd all canio eicopt those ol Geaeral Tols toff, who refused-to BUbordinatc hlniaelt aud dismissed from com- roand. "Tiio affair Is said tbo aide, "aud >l.acVt'rundersland why Ihero it." GonerarHorvatti a coup Washington, Aug. Americans, Including all tha jcenjbers of tho United consulate, except Consul (icueml Pbolo, al) tho person- nel ot lue.Y.M.CA and YAV.C.A., of- fice rg American bank and a uumbe: of jirivate citizens, left Mos- cow 'or Petrograd on a special train on tiio evening of August can .interests In Moscow previously had hccu turned over to Iho Swedish consulate, ,-'r Wilh thn Ian mlBslou, a party of 7i- .persons d'etat assunied-.cpntrol the llua- alari military forces In the Far East.' The move failed almost immediately tlirough the intervention of tho al- roprescntattves at Vladivostok. tenns of Ihe peiico a raise in iay. of .13-shillings weekly, with In- creased psnplons and increased allow- ances for chiMreu. .The foregoing was at a meeting ol the strikers at Tower Hill The. fpoliesman. of lha men-said the premier liail received ihp executive committee ol the union jirov- cd that the recognized the union. 'tin liomc office agrecil 'to form a rejiresenlallve committee to draft ules Tor the ii-eii. This news, transmittea.lti-day through Iho Swedish government; did not con firm recent reports fronVGfiroiaa sour cea that the last of the Kntenlo re- presentallves had left Moscow and It is thought here tho British anil Freud consular officers' probably still are de fafned, .n deleted, dlspatdies. received to day from Mr. Poole fiimsell the las dated August 26, the consul genera reiterated his Intention of remaining In SIoscoo' (o give moral support' to his lirittsh and Frcnt-li colleagues belt by the Bolslievikl. Iho Su'cdiah ail vised that, passports ot.tlic. American anil.diner's who Iiad left'Moscov." bad] been advised to leave Russia and tualj purmisslon from the Finnish govern- ment to pass through Finland vroulcl bo at Pelrograd.-Tbla permis- sion already-lias been THE MAN WHO WON THE SUIT IS MR. V. EL GREEN skiite, 422 Eighth Street S. 4 Lethbridge iOLDlER DROWNED NEAR SARCEE CAMP Calgary, Roussain, of Slecllcal drowned in (he Elbow'river the'Sarcee camp at 7.30 last night. He. was bath; the pool, there and Hrls Re- lieved that he look a crampjjn the cold'water. was-not recover- ed -Tyhch'darkness' The dead man enlisted with the as Ills iioiiio was in Saulte Sic. Marie. crowned liing of the Industrial federal penitentiary, al Leavenworth, The winning: time was 2.35 and the time on his saleslip was 2.1S. HAVE YOU BEEN TO MY "CALLED TO THE FRONT" SALE COME TONIGHT I am clearing out my entire stock of HIGH GLASS MEN'S WEAR AT LESS THAN MANUFACTURERS' PklCES For I've Been Called to the front and Must Close My Business. WJ. late t inmosed upon thirty-three "of "the' or- Aug. ef- forts of the civil and military 's lffcdera-; fire. year. sen- ?IIS ,ot tlvl[ aumon- ihiriv-tlirM on'R vnnr nnd iies In suppress rcvoln- MT, VESUVIUS ERUPTING Naples, Aug. Vesuvius is In violent ernpUou for the first time since November last year. Professor Perrclt aud other of- ficials of Hie observatory on the volcano-spent eight hours to- day, in the crater taking graphs and gathering their data. They found the heat var- ied from degrees at the base of the principal cone. DEVOTION to.the profession and a .desire to excel haa'urged us to keep abreast of all discoveries and improve ments vnlh rfcgird to UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING and we arc able to perform tho. dut- ies incidental to the occasion with promptness, delicacy and entiro satisfaction. HAVING 'CONTRACTED ;wlUi: rcllable-li_rms.beforo advance P. In prices, we, therefore, are in .1 loaitlonrto mecit the requirements v of Uio public at lowest prices Motor Equipmenti MacKay MacKay 803 Third Avtnue South Phone 1802 x Lethbridge, Alta tcnces one..year and one ay twelve and ten sentences :others, v.Cases against Benjamin Schraegcr, Chicago .writer, aud Fictro Spring Val- ley, IN., vere continued. Out sentenc- es .on tbo 'four counts in the ir.dtct- nicnt will run coucurfently.- Fines ranging.from, on Hay- woort and hia chW aides, down to -were Imposed: r 'Ninety -granted .to file a 1 of exception rind a seven days in which the, For House or Barn for Interior or exterior, for any pur pose we the particular iialnts best adapted to tho purpose. ALL PAINTS ARE NOT .ALL -PAINT- b> a good deal Some contain cheapening adulterations whloh, make the piint vtorthiess Oura pamphlets the, (-irculalion ot such propaganda is increasing, accord- to an oRicial to-day from Franco quoting reports from Switzer- and. One.'of the revolutionary docu- raer.ts says tlie emiicror must disan- pcavonrt.be ilemc'cracy. Tlmusaiuls and thousands of copies of-an anonymous loose sheet'are tie Ing distributed cm pi says liie tliapatch. "which 'con tain arilcics In'honOr'of Pririce Lich nowsfcy and'ihe repudiation of the let- ter atldreised" Lj {iDr Munition to Chancellor t 'Another litUe pamphlet tilso -in otiiTnous and distributed tn masses pBDplc pcdicc not sue ceeded'lD rtefeenes to he mentioned It is. to tho criine committed Germany against neu- tral Belgians are' guaranteed pure, use them. II 'pays io We have pure piint from per _ gallon, for two only Wellington Bros. PriiJce Rupert, II. C., Aug. There fs much excitemtat near Tcrrace( on liquid Toraaloes are an ex- accord ment. ccptlon to the general rule of hot Germany and nine German cities bom- water for vegetables and hot water biiTdcd, ot which Mannheim provided or hot syrap for fruits. A large part the most striking examplo of theisuc- of the tomato is water. It is not nee- achieved by aviators essary to add anylhlriH "but one level The German defense tactics 'Wore teaspoonful of salt to 'each riuart, aud temporarily' damaged and paralyzed if- one-half tablespoonful of by tiie unprecedented iattack froDi sugar.- The tomato pnlp for home bombing machines flying ht the Iiouse- 'cahn ing.1 made frtfm large and brokejt t [ufr T :'_ ____ _ cooked and strained, should one teaspoonful o[ salt to each iiuart, and should be poured hot Inlo the filled jars, allowing it to enter the top level, to which Is safe return of all the machines from (lie raul. During tho week L'Qi) tons ofbombi ivero dropped in Iho battlo areas alone and by day and night vigorous fUtftcks u'erc made on railways-ami' centers oC conjjiiuuicalion uehiml tho enemy lines. German retire- ment accelcrateil .by tho imceas ing activity of tho British airmen who co-operated ivith the advaucing trj' and tanks. Their attacks silenced many enemy Inlterles and overcame Isolated centers.ol resistance by'muclij gun firo'Crom a low height. 7ii aerial romhal. 74 cnnmy ..-ma- chines, we re ties troyed, and. 31 driven dovrn out of control, while machines were lost. In. the northern coaEtal-- regiuu, iflany aejial uttacks -were ma tic' nt ot which Mannheim provided 1 Zeebvugge, Ostend and Uniges, the latter being raided nine times. Tin: intensive character of.the these coastal-fortresses is Indicated by the record 'of tho last.three months, London, 'Aue. SO. The operations cf tha British air forces arc steadily [increasing in intcnstly and daring, according to an official announce- DurfiiE seveil course of Ihe .past 72 times, and.OstendiG4; re the Grand Trunk Pacific over ported discovery of gpltl 05 T 01_ who has.been qua'rtz mining'ia tlie Kitsunikalum Valley for years. Otc- sen, glrlkiug: a ledge in a tunnel took out gold In: a week's work, according to reliable men who saw the strike Girls' Dresses, Hats and Shoes for School We have the sort the girls .will jfanCj. We have good, sfiong, neat school shoes for boys. R. B. M OR DEN THIRTEENTH STREtT NORTH 200 MEN, NEEDED IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA Calgary, Aug. 31.7-AUhongh laborers have, been sent, out to the since August ir Iiy 3fry Grant, (he local agent the Farm Laoor Burcaii, reports that he coulil easily place 200 P more Immediately Th6 South, cmintry Is clamoring for help, and all Ihe' province men nrc 'need- ed.' Four to five ilollars a'rtay is offer- ed 'for harvest hands. Threshing is.- in full nrlrig in many narla'of tho soulli. Ileccrit reports reachirfg the office are most encouraging.- One maii, farm- ing three miles from Nanlon, who recently applied tor help, claimed that his crop, xroulil go fulty .40 bushels to while ho considered the 'aver- COMMUNITY. CANNING, i Women in .taken up community canning While it Is the custom of every, good housewife to do her share of canning each tail, Iho Jalest fashion has be- come that of the community kitchens Though this Idea lias been carried out to a larger extent in Eastern Can' those places irfvtho'West that hare experimentsil in rhfs JJno ore. finding them a great success. Winni- peg ho'isenfves iro getting an oppor unity the' heal" methods of and preservfng vegetibles dr >Tinler use in a denjonStratior :StcWn which has freccntly( opened here with Miss Eileen Best in cuarae, most successful kitclierj'haa "also been opened In jcJtJg iricd out for the firat lime (liis ieason. No neighborhood club is G.isity form- ed consisting of a few women who or- Put on'rubber o_nd top, adjust top bail or screw lop on with thumb and little" finger. Sterilize 22 liot water baEh, or 16 minutes under five or ten' pounds' steam "pressure. Remove, tiRhtcn, seal and cool. Major J.'W. JlacDonald, ol.the 44th Battalion, son of Hon.- Lt. Col. B. M, IlacDonaMj M.P, of Piclou, lias been seriously bounded, i ago crop around thht re- alize 35 bushels. The Handsome Stones on rlcw tiei'e aro noi so cipen sivo-aa you ma jr imagine.-Wo urcparo (hem wlien no fmmed t iaU orders band, for that, reawn you'll find their cost very r J Lethbridge MonumentAl and Cut StoM Worki 1 A, Frtp. 8 ganizc'for the purpose canning or using a common standard. friuipoieht Is then Before htaja bought It should be kn6wn ap- iroxlmalely how much bnslneas will >c done, '.vJiat aurpliea will be needed, who do tlfc work and other facts liomo garilciiefa-Borne estimate bo hnd o( ihe proJuction and .demand. Many facts community 'ami neighbor food anil drying-arc set forth 'n-a booklet tho.National War Garden Commlaslony Washington, D.O, How to Can Torrutoii, Select frazli, ripe, firm tomafoea. Orado for .size, ripeness and quality Tbcy will cotk better if the same dc- gred of ripeness and and will looW better Wash, scald one half to to e-half mfnutes or ihe sfctna JMsen but do not break Scatt means to, immerse In boiling water Colinllp, but do not th6 ebhl Cut ou CnOfiteifi "ond, (o cu Into'tiio seed cells seed and pntp will later bo scattered thrtmsb the liquid. Kcmoro .Ihti (oraatocs whote In the Jar from (fio begmtitup t> placing fn sterilizer, before 01 Shakd dofrn well, hfcllflg base ol jar with palm of hand, an press with a tablespoon, but arol Do not add Hot tomat palp mi7 be added, n TL Ihe Allison Studio BALMORAL BLOCK IS AGAIN OPEN FOR REGULAR BUSINESS After linrins-Juisn .closed dur- ing August on account of holi- days. YOU GET THE HIGHEST CLAS3 OF WORK AT THIS ST06IO. REMOVAL We Must Our Stove oa September 30tli We don't to move the shoes and are going to sell them at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES SEPTEMBER YOU WILL TAKE THEM QU10V PRICES aiado line. .3.95 MEN'S WORK shone, reliable, Splendid alues at On anil 00 TO ClFiU it ...J BOYS' SOLID LEATHER -SCHOOL'; BOOTS, .rcita'wKu) ftp 52.25 up to r..... Menrs Dress Shoes and Ladies' Sh6es rcduted to clearJn a hurry. THIS IS A GENUINE CLEARANCE OF THE ENTIRE STOCK Sato opens Tin, tW next and continues during until is sblilf H. G. KILNER 414 THIRTEENTH STREET N. PHONE 517 EMPLOY OUR QUICK RELIABLE SERVICE OUR BIG FURNITURE VAN AUTO VAN INSURES CAREFUL HANDLfNo WITH OR SCRATCHING YOUR PIANO OR CHAROES REASONABLE.. _ THE McLEAN tRANSFER m "XTri ;