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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY. JULY 22, 1918 Moving Up British Tommies On the British Western Front la Frftnco.- French troops on the roadside moving up with British Tonuniea near the line. Quickly Relieved By "Fruit-a-tlv8S" ^ l;oclIO^J, P, Q. *! suffered for'reany years with terrible Tndigfsthiniiid Cotutipdlion. A neighbor ndviseil mo -to/.try "friiit-a-iiffs". 1 ilifl so and to tlio surprise or my doctor, I bc^tn to iraprovo and he advised ino to go on with "firuit^.lha". i consider that I ovro my life to "Fruit-a'tives" and I want to say to tliose wh(i sufTcr from Indigestion, Constipation or Headaches - try "gruit-a-tives" and you will get well",' CORINE GAUDREAU. COo.abox, 6 for $2.50, trial size 250. At all dealers or sent postpaid by Frwit-a-tiTes Limited. Ottawa. "LARRY" IS NINTH. Soma �hell oases on the roadside In the front area, the conteiits of which have been despatched rer into the German lines. GOVT.ACCEDES JO MAIN DEMAND LEHEmRIERS ' Ottawa, July 22-Strikes of mail carriers In Toronto and Winnipeg are expected heto to be of sliort duration, according to a statement made to the Canadian Press by Hon. P. Bloudln this morning. The government has acceded to the main requests of the men in regard to the bonus and that two questions only now remain for settlement, Mr. Blondin said: 1. Appointment of a board of arbitration to decide on all questions �which have arisen. 2. Deflnlte promise by the government of further increases next ses-slA. The bonus granted amounts In all to ?200 per annum, one half of this being a renewal of last year's bonus. In regard to the question of arbitra- tion, it is indicated here that there is not much likelihood of such a course being adopted as Jt is contrary to the usual policy. Further it is felt that the granting of'a bonus removes the principal question in dispute. However, according to the latest advice.s i-eported by the post office department the men are holding meetings tonight when the position will be again discussed. It also will be taken up at a meeting of the cabinet council called for this afternoon. In Winnipeg ^ Winnipeg, July 22.-This city is again suffering the handicap of a strike of public servants. With 300 postmen on strike there has been no mail delivery today and mail only can be obtained in. the post office at the expense of a couple of hours wailing in the long line which has not diminished in length since early morning. Representatives of the men telegraphed to Ottawa that the letter carriers would retiirn to work at once if the government would appoint a conciliation board to deal with the demands of. the men. The Great War Veterans ar; in sympathy wHh the strike of the postmen. The metal workers also are on strike as wellraa 30 eloctricarworkers who are concerned with the metal Bio Frenchman Is Just inside the ,300 Hitting Mark. In the American Association, Jack Lellvelt, of Loiiievtllo, is giving Cashion, of Minneapolis, a tight for the batting supremacy. Cashion has u mark of .335 for 38 games, while J/elivelt, competing in G4, is only four points behind. Riggert, of St. Paul, is out in front ill base stealing with 17 and in home run hitting with six. Taggart, of Columbus, and Sawyer, of Minneapolis, are tied in sacrifice hitting, each being credited with l,i. Good, of Kansas City, lends the run getters with 38, although Riggert is only ono behind him. Kansas City leads in team batting with 2fi5 and Louisville in fielding with !1fi2. Leading batters for 35 or more games: - C!aahion, Minneapolis, 33;;; Lslivelt Louisville, 331; Higgert, St. Paul, 32S; Taggart, Columbu3. 320; Hartley, Columbus, ;30S; Good. Kansas City, 30ti; Schultz. Kansaa City, 305; Owens, Minneapolis. 301; Lajoie, Indianapolis, 303; Wagner, Columbus, 302. AdditionalSport BEATS DEATH BY HIS WIT AND LUCK At Indiannpoli� in 1910 Crashed Into Wrecltcd Car He Louis Chevrolet, winner of the recent Chicago automobllo derby, Is known as the luckiest driver in the auto racing game. He has pscaped death as though by a miracle a score of times and his minor accidents liavo been innumerable. Some say that the daring Frenchman has a charmed life, but Chevrolet lays his good fortune to something more. To begin with, Chevrolet Is no fatalist; he believee in the law of percentages. While luck may have played a big part in some of his escapes from death on the racing track. Chevrolet believes thaf what others are pleased to call; luck Is largely due to his prepr. arntlon tor a race, his skill as a driver and his ()erfoct knowledge of motor mechanics. A Born Mechanic. With'throe such aseets tho percentage of clinnco ngalnst his being killed in a race are grontly diminished, No one In tho racing game kno� agency for this wonderful, new musical instrument and wo invite you to come in and hear and play the Vooalion-even if you liuvci no thought of purchase. M. C. C. SALMON, Manaoer THIRD AVENUE SOUTH STANLEY THORNE, Auctioneer. EMPIRE JEWELRY CO., Dallas Block, Lethbridge, AlU. HOME AND FARM BUILDING EXHIBIT AT FAIR GROUNDS ^ Don't Fail to visit this exhibit. See these miniature buildifigs which are being displayed to the public for the first time.'^^%. ^ Y^$- can examine these buildings you^fjielf. irchitect will be on hand to ex- THIS EXHIBIT is in the MAIN BUILDING Citizens' Lumber Co., Limited i lumIsb'r'c-C rs3 ^SERViCy \ 396086 ;