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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LEJHBHItXJE DAILY HKNALD Save Money While You Have a Chance Wages are good but they may not be as good when the war Be Dont wait and wish you had Save now and be sure of Every dollar you gave will help and will help to promote Canadas future to let us help you to Paidup Rnerre Fund Roourccs THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA KING Mcntfer Lethbridge Branch SA AUSTRIAN SOCIAL DEMOCRATS ROUSED July cial Democrats have introduced an Interpellation in the Austrian lower house asking that the government ne gotiate immediately with Germany with a view of jointly fixing war alms and peace terms and repeating Austrian readiness for peace without annexation and accord ing to a Vienna dispatch to the Nieuwe Rotterdamsche The Social Democrats assert that the Austro Hungarian government does not act sharply enough against the military party of Germany which momentarily has the upper WOMEN OF MIDDLE AGE Need Help to Pus the Crisis Safe Proof that Lydia L baas Vegetable Compound CM be Relied During Change of fa addition to its annoying I bad an attack of grippe which lasted 1 all winter and left I me in a weakened I felt at times that 1 would never be well I I read of Lydia Ii kPinkhams Vega table Compound and what it did for women passing th rough theChanga of so I told my doctor I would try it I soon began to gain in strength aud the annoying symptoms appeared and your Vegetable Compound bu made me a strong woman so I do all my own I cannot recommend Lydia Pinkhama Vege Women who suffer from heat headaches and Moss should try this famous root and herb Lydia barns Vegetable JY6m Our Uwn Cotrosoondent Bow July solemn and impressive services In connection with tlie burin of the late Paul Illch ard Oalvin were held on Monday at at Mtchnels Father McCoy The deceas ed was shipped here from Silver New where he passed had many friends in this vicinity who attended the and and and Smith motored to Lethbridge on Many friends will regret to learn of the serious illness of Joe Hodgson at his home east of Henderson and Werts were visitors to Medicine Hat on and Carlson and and Forts left on Wednesday by motor for Walter Wallwork and family moved to Medicine Hat on where they will reside in Miss Ella Ritey is at present the guest of her sister at The regular monthly meeting of the local members of the Masonic Lodge was held in the lodge rooms on Tues day evening with a good attendance Cooper motored to Taber on and Flamme have re turned home after spending a few days in Medicine W Oliver spen tthe week end in and Swanson and family are spending a vacation with friends in Wilmot Is spending the week with Caughey of Bur Carlson and Wil mot are spending the week in Leth and Grund were visitors to the Stampede on Cullen spent Sunday in Dodds and daughter are at present guests In and Gibson and daughter were week end guests in Medicine of Moose vis ited friends here on Thompson and Gord on Evans returned on Wednesday from Forbes left on Wednesday for Mayor Reid returned on Friday from He spent the weekend In Medicine Richard Dodds has gone to Washington and accepted a railroad and Clarence Henchel spent Sunday with friends in Baker of Foremost was a vis itor here on and Gibson left on Wednesday for Oliver has returned from Hartford was a weekend visitor to Medicine Reid left for Lethbridge on Frank Sutton of Retlaw spent the first of the week and Badgley of Pleasant View were guests of and Olquist street over the Laird of Provost has been spending a few days Seattle returned from Leth bridge on Bob Endersby was a guest in Lethbridge over the Carson was a visitor to Lethbridge on and Freddie Fairbalrn left Wednesday for A Danes An extremely delightful dance was held in the Lancaster school on Tues day night under the auspices of the Grandlea Red Cross Guests played tennis until nine oclock when the floor claimed the crowd and en joyed the music provided by Nelson The of the society were increased by J21 through the evenings The Misses who have been resident pupils at the Medicine Hat spending their vacation with their parents at the Foeter Many friends fn this vicinity will interested to know that Veteran Sergeant is at present en route to having been appointed to accompany recruits Hyland has as her guest Whitney of former principal of LETHBRIDGE DOMINION SIXTH NEXT TO SIMPSONS WE HAVE A FULL UNE OF NEW AND SECOND HAND FURNITURE AT REASONABLE A lew of our Specials are Book China Ann Brass also Ottce Desks and Cream CRATING FREE our arrived from Edmonton on Wednesday and Is spending few days in town renewing I Lamotireau spent the weokend in Medicine Munro is at present In and Springle are spending a few days In The regular monthly meeting of the will be held at the resi dence of Johnston on Thursday A good attendance Is desired as eoveral Important matters will be up for dis Ludtke was a visitor to Loth bridge last and Begulm of Fore most were visitors here on Wednes Bow Island Is being well represent ed at the Among others we noted the following Major and and and Bate and Miss and Hart and and JUly account of the activities of the air planes came from good sources to and shows the suffering being inflicted on the German army crowd ed into the AisneMarne Tuns of bombs are being rained from the air day Jnd During the period of the first two weeks of French airmen alone dropped 600 tons of high explosives In German on rest railway and on munition works far back of the fighting total of flights were made for military purposes during that time and more 2000 combats oc curred in the In this 199 German planes were destroyed or forced to land in French territory and 161 others were damaged and proba bly making a total of 360 enemy machines brought against a loss of 72 machines by the Twelve of the French planes brought down were only slightly dam In direct aid to the the French pilots and observers made 119 photo graphic scouting trips and snapshots of the enemy forces and They also took 303 long range flights covering enemy terri tory for hundreds of Coupled with this French effort to day in the Aisne is the work of the concentrated British and Am erican squadrons and the airmen are at work night and Not a spot within the enemy lines is neglected and his retreat is carried on under the same deluge of bombs and machine gun fire from the air that played an important part in forcing a way for the advancing allied armies which have crossed the DETAILS OF THE PICES VISIT July following statement with regard to the visit of His Royal Prince Arthur of Connaugbt to has been made His Royal Prince Ar thur of Is to spend the re mainder of the week in the vicinity of His tour after leaving Victoria will be principally of a mili tary Monday next is to be passed in where the troops and hospitals will bb Tuesday afternoon Rqvelstoke will be Thursday ana Friday are set apart for the Banff Calgary will be visited on His Royal Highness will arrive in Reglna on Sunday evening to spend the whole of Monday in the where again the hospitals and mounted police will be On the Bran don is to be honored by his having charge of the Prince Arthur will arrive at Winni peg on Tuesday afternoon to spend the whole of where again the troops and hospitals will be in On Friday and Saturday the prince will take a little relaxation on the Niplgon He is due at Ni agaraOnTheLake Tuesday the After inspecting the the prince will motor to the camp at Beamsville and in the even ing will proceed to Toronto where he will be the guest of Sir John Htf Royal Highness will arrive In Ottawa on Friday the and will spend three or four days in the RIOTING IN July by the in the occupied regions of White Russia It Increas ing and many German soldere have been said an official dispatch from Stockholm Fifteen thousand Chinese residents of Alberta and British Columbia are now being registered on certificates issued for the pur This which is sep arate and apart from that lately con dueled throughout tUe Dominion is ill charge of aul at Oe LOCAL FORCE OF POLICE Two Constables Fired For Boot Local Men Fined cloud which hns been hanging over the local detachment of the was cleared up yesterday by Bryan who cnmo from Edmon ton especially to straighten matters It seems that about ten days ago somo bootleggers brought fifteen cases of Scotch across the line and cached them nt the farm of Richard Taylor at intending to have them on tap for the Two locnl Brown and and the police a third learned of the presence of the illicit liquor and succeeded in wheedling two the locnl Con stables Warmnn and into go ing In with them for the purpose of stealing the whiskey and peddling it during stampede Brown went to the Taylor farm in a Rut ledge following In a car with the two It was represented to Taylor that they had a search war and that the liquor was being by the Brown loaded it on his truck and came Into Leth caching it in North Were DoubleCrusted Rumors and stories began to float around that the here were in with the These came to the ears of acting In spector here and he began to run them Taylor came into the and is said to have given the police a wrong steer on the but his enquiries about the liquor aroused further suspicion and resulted in plac ing the The result was that Warman and Marion were faced with the facts and confessed their part in the They were arraigned and fined and costs each and dismiss ed the Brown and Rut ledge were arrested and were remand ed until next It is claimed that they doublecrossed the policemen who never received a cent of the mon ey received for the bootleg TQFIGHT SIBERIAN FRONT July ments found on captured Magyar pris oners show that the German emperor has ordered the AustroGerman wan prisoners to consider life Siberian front as important as the other fronts and that there tney will serve the fatherland as AustroQermans are doing Promises of suitable future reward are Owing to pressure from enemy cav General yie anti Bolshevik hag fallen back on the left flank to the Manchurlan sta tion which is within the Chinese fron The Bolshevik and the German exprisoners display an intimate know ledge of the latest German methods of It is believed here thatan allied ad visory commission should be sent to Siberia to advise with General Hor vath and other it is would be willing to work with Most of the Russians in Siberia are most anxious to unite and cooperate vigorously with the allies in a cam paign against the EXTRAORDINARY OFFER FRIDAY and SATURDAY FREE GIVEN AWAY WITH MADETOORDER EVENT OF THE YEAR 100 pieces of various materials to choose from Extra Pair of Pants MADETOMEASURE of the same cloth goes FREE with every suit ordered Friday and Saturday from these Dont hesitate Dont wait A specially selected range of Cloths in English Scotch and Saxony Weaves are laid out on the table from which to make your Free pants are given only with selections from this Order Yours NOW Get it from the Original Mill to Man Scotland Woolen Mills 309 Filth Street Limited Manager Lethbridge the management of the They are furnishing excellent and are doing it at reasonable The Edmonton city council by a un animous refused to grant the Edmonton Power locally known as a 10 year extension of time in which to complete its contract with the city to build a power plantat Rocky Rapids on the Saskatchewan After bequeathing each of the two divorced wives who survive Charles ident of an optical company at 131 West Sixtyfifth New left tho bulk of his estate to his dear little May The Chinese boys who are running the dining ball at the un der the are doing a very patriotic Unable to go to war they aro doing their bU in this way they are furnishing their own time at the stampede In addition to this they are giving 45 per of their profits in tae hall to the and ten per to No Overcharge We are serving first class meals and regular rates prevail at this Restaurant Fair visitors will find this a good place to eat H Commercial NEXT LETHBRIPGE HOTEL Slaughter Slaughter The slaughter of the Huns in Europe goes successfully on and will con tinue until the troops of the allies march down the streets of The slaughter of prices on mill work and mouldings goes on from Wednesday until Saturday of this The prlcee are so low you cannot fail to take advantage of them your saving is over one Make use of come of these In improving your You will never be able to buy them cheap Prices given below are for cash 7 Screen 8 Screen 5 4 2 6 I 5 1 6 18 5 3 6 72 from 26x66 to 5 and 6 mostly We also have 3 GLAZED alze Theie are glazed threequarter length with double strength glass and have an ornamental To move these we offer them to you at the slaughter price of These goods are all displayed at our new 1st Avenue and 13th opposite the Elllaon Do not fall to call and take some of these goods home with Citizens Lumber Limited ;