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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 31, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATumiAtrAi7G0T*S17IW� PAGE SEVE!f I? ENIEFUE -f-V --- ^ladlvoRlok, iVIontlay, Aiiff. 20.-Ah-Hoclutod PresH).-Tlio rncciit altompt d� lilQut. Oonerul Hoi'vatli (o gain control o� tlio UiiaHliiu mltltiiry forccH lu Siberia was Bm;h a oomplnto failure Uiat It la inolmblo iho four luin- tlnderstand why thoro Is aU tills'Vxciteinent about it." General Horvath recently by a coup d'etat assumed -control at.'all the Una-sian military forces In the l^ar East. Tlie move failed almost immediately through the intervention of tho allied representatives ut Vladivostok. DEVOTION to the profession and a desire to excel has urged us to keep abreast of all discoveries and improvements with regard to UNDERTAKING AND ElVIBALMING and wo are able to perform the dut-, lea incidental to the occasion with promptness, delicacy and entire satisfaction. HAVING CONTRACTED with reliable firms before advance ,. In prices, we, therefore, are in a I oaltlon rto meet the requirements of tlie public at lowest prices. Motor Equipmentt MacKay & MacKay 803 Third Avenue South Phone 1802 Lethbrldge, Alta. GET THE INCREASE London, Aug. 31.-The terms ot the pc'iice agreement include a rniso in pay of i:! shillings weekly, with increased pon.slons and increased allowances lor children. Tlie foregoing wa.s announced at a meeting ot the strikers at Tower Hill. Tho ppokesinan of tho men said the ra(?f that tiK, premier liad received tho oxeoutivo committee of the union proved that the gr-vernment recognized the union. The home office agreed to form a represontallvo committee to draft rules for the men. SOLDIER DROWNED NEAR SARCEE CAIVIP Calgary, Aug. 31.-Pie. Rquasain, of tho Army iMedlcal corps, was drowned in the Elbow river near the Sarcee camp at 7.30 last night. He was bath ing In the pool thoro and It is believed that he took a cramp In the cold water. The body was not recover, ed when darkness came on. The dead man enlisted with the Army Medical corps three months ago. His home was in Snulte Ste. Marie. BIfiPARIYOE m- L Washington, Aug. ,^1.-Ninoty-flvo Americans^ Including all tho members of tho United Stales consulate, except Consul Gnncriil Poole, all tho personnel of tlie Y.M.C.A. and Y.W.C.A.. of-ficerw ot the American bank and a numbo'. ot jirivate citizens, left Mos-. cow for Petrograd on a special train on tlio evening ot August ^G. American .interoslB in Moscow previously had boon turned over to tho Swedish consulate. - With thn Americans were, tho'Itfll-' Ian mission, a party ot 71 persons. This news, transmitted to-day through tho Swedish government, did not confirm recent reports from German sour-cos that tho last ot the Kntento ro-presentatives had left Moscow and It Is thought here tho British and French consular olllcers iirobably still arc detained. T.n belated dispatches received today from Mr. Poole himself tho last dated August 2C. the consul general reiterated ills intention ot remaining in Moscow to give moral support to Ills Britisli and French colleagues held by tho Bolsheviki. Ilio Swedish government also advised that passports of the Americans and others who had loft Moscow hart been advised to leave Russia and that permission from the Finnish government to pass through Finland would be awaited at Petrograd. This iierniis-sioii already has beer, authorized. For House or Barn for Interior or exterior, for any purpose whatever, we can supply the particular paints best adapted to tho purpose. ALL PAINTS ARE NOT .ALL PAINT by a good deal. Some contain cheapening' adulterations wUIdh, make the paint worthless. Ours are guaranteed pure. It pays to use them. We have -pure paint-from $3.00 per gallon, for two weeks only, Wellington Bros. SHERLOCK'BUILDING Girls' Dresses, Hats and Shoes JFor School Wear We have the sort the girls will fancy. We have good, strong, neat school shoes for boys. R. B. MbRDEN THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH THE MAN WHO WON THE SUIT IS MR. V. E. GREEN imi^w 422 Eighth Street S. 4 3iias,ffi( ^ Lethbridge GIVEN 20 yE Chicago, Aug. 30.-William D. I^ay-wood, crowned king ot the Industrial Workers of the World., and fourteen of his chief aids in tho capacity to over-liirn tlio American war program, were . ficlais of the observatory on (ho v volcano spent eight liours to- �; Women in Canada have talven up community canning with enthusiasm. While it is the custom ot every good housewife to do her share of canning each fall, the latest fashion has become that ot tho community kitchens. Though this idea has been carried out to a larger extent in Eastern Canada, those places iil^ tho West that have experimented in this line nro finding thorn a great success. Winnipeg housewives aro getting an opportunity to learn llie best methods of canning and preserving vegetables' for winter use in a demonstration kitchen which lias recently opened there with Miss Kilcen Best in chariio. A most successful kitclien lias also been opened In Saskatoon, which Is being tried out for Ihe first time this season. No neighborhood club Is easily formed consisting of a tew women who or-gaulzotor tho purpose ot canning or drying, using a common standard. Equipment is then purchobed. Before this Is bought it should he known ap-pro.xlmately how much business will bo done, -v^iliat supplies will be needed, who will do the work and other facts. Proni home gardeners some estlmato ma.v bo had of tho probi^ble production and demand. Many Interesting facts regarding community and neighborhood canning and drying aro set forth lu a booklet Issued by tho National War Qurdon Commission, Washington, D.C. How to Can TomatMs. Select freali, ripe, firm tomatoes. Grade for,size, ripeness and quality. Thoy win cook better it tho same de-groo ot ripeness and qimlity, and wll! look better. Wash, scald one-holt to one aU^;onp-half nilriutes or until tho skills loosen, but do not break. Scald means to_ Inimorso In boiling water. Cold, dip,'but do not allow thorn to roniainMh' tho cold ya,tor. Cut out thp stem ond, taking' ^re'Dot to cut Into'tho seed cells oi^/the seed and pulp will later bo scattered through the liquid. Komovo tho skins. PaoJ: tho tomatoes whole in the jars, doing one Jar from the beginning to placing In Btorllluor, betore starting on ahothei'. Shake dowii well, hlitlng the base ot jar with palm ot hand, and also pr^ss with a tablQ8poou,.but avoid . crushing. - Do not add water.,) Hot tomato pulp may be added, 6therwlae^ada uq Major ,T, W. MacDonald. of the 44th Battalion, son ot Hon. Lt. Col. R. M. MacDonald, M.P., ot Pictou, has been seriously wounded. BALMORAL BLOCK IS AGAIN OPEN FOR REGULAR BUSINESS ACter having been closed during August on account ot holidays. YOU GET THE HIGHEST CLASS OF WORK AT THIS STUDIO. REMOVAL We Must Vacate Our Store 0|i September 30tK Wo don't want to movetho shoes and aro going t^ sell them at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES DURING SEPTEMBER YOU WILL TAKE THEM QUICK AT THESE PRICES MEN'S WORK SHOES. Our stronE. Splendid values at $5.00 and ?G.OO. To Clear at ...................... reliable, i^ell made line. ......3.95 BOYS' SOLID LEATHER SCHOOL BOOTS, reduced to Q AT $2.25 up to..........;................................. J�J7*> Men's Dress Shoes and Ladies' Shoes reduced to clear in a hurry. THIS IS A GENUINE CLEARANCE OF THE ENTIRE STOCK Sale opens Tuesday nt;.\t and continues during September or until everything is sold. H. G. KILNER 414 THIRTEENTH STREET N. PHONE 317 mm EMPLOY OUR QUICK SERVICE OUR BIG FURNITURE VAN AND AUTO VAN INSURES CAREFUL iHANDLlNG WITH NO JARRING OR SCRATCHING YOUR PIANO OR FURNITURE. CHARGES REASONABLE. THE Mct�AN tJRANSFER ""^SS.^'iS!?' ?358825 C00-B ;