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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LElllBHroGE DAILY HERALD Save Money While You Have a Chance Wages are good to-d*y, but they may not be as good when the war ends. Be forewarned. Don't wait and wish you had money. Save now and be sure of it. Every dollar you save will help you, and will help to promote Canada'i future prosperity. Decide, now, to let us help you to save. Paid-up (Upiml J 6,500.000 RMerve Fund - 12,O0O.COO Reaourcei  - 130,000,000 THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA D. KIXG Manager Lctibridje Branch FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1918 BOW IS AUSTRIAN SOCIAL DEMOCRATS ROUSED Amsterdam, July 26-Austrian- So-cial Democrats have Introduced an ^ Interpellation in the Austrian lower � house asking that the government ne-( goitiate immediately with Germany ) with a view of jointly fixing war ; aims and peace terms and repeating Austrian readiness for peace without annexation and indemnities, according to a Vienna dispatch to the Nieuwe Rotterdamsohe Courant. 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 hand. WOMEN OF MIDDLE AGE Need Help to Pus the Crbts Safely-Proof that Lydia E. Pink-ham's Vegetable Compoosd Cia be Relied Upon. Ui'ians.IIL-"Daring Change cf Life, In addition to its annoying symptoms, I - bad an attack of , grippe which lasted all winter and left tne in a weakened coddition. I felt at times that 1 would never be Well again. 1 I read of Lydia C kPinkhara'a Vege-Itable Compound P and what it did for [women passing through the Change of Life, so I told my doctor 1 would try it I soon began to gain in strength and the annoying .......oymptomB disappeared and your Vegetable Compound has made me a well, strong woman so I do all ny own housework. I cannot reconiiaeDd Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound too highly to women pasting through the Change of Life," -Mrs-TRANKHENSON, 1316 S. Orcfaad* SL> Urbana, 111. Women who suffer from nervousness, '"beat ilasbes," backache, headaches and "the Mn�t" should try this famous root and herb remedy, Lvdia �. Piok-ham'a Vefretable Compound. (From Our Own Con-csponflcnt) ijOiW Island, .July Zii.-The solemn and impressive sors-icos in connrction with the burial of the late Tnul Ulch-nrd Gnlvin wore held on Monday nt 10.30 a.m.. ut St. .Mlchncl's church. Father McCoy officintinp. The docou?-ed was shippod here triim Silver t^ity. N'ew Mexico, where he pftcsed away, had ninny friends in this vicinity who aitoudcd tho funeral. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. and Mr. and Mrs. 13. n. Smith motored to Lethbrldge on Wednesday. Many friends will regret to learn of tho serious illness of Mr. Joe Hodgson at his home east of town!' Mr. F. J. Henderson and Mr. A. F. Werts were visitors to Medicine Hat on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. L. Carlson and Mr. and Mrs. Forts left on Wednesday by motor for Lcthbridgc. .Mr. Walter WuUwork and family moved to Medicine Hat on Monday, where they will reside in future. Miss Ella Riley ia at present the guest of her sistor at Webb. The regular monthly meeting of tho local members of the Masonic l^odge was held in the lodge rooms on Tuesday evening with a good attendance present. Mr. T. Cooper motored to Taber on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. .A.. Flamme have returned home after spending a few-days in Medicine Hat. Mrs. W .J. Oliver spen tthe week end in Calgary. Mr. and Mrs. Swanson and family are spending a vacation with friends in Stettler. Mrs. E. H. Wilmot is spending the week with Mrs, A. Caughey of Bur-dett, Mr. C. Carlson and Mr. E. H. Wilmot are spending the week in Leth-bridge. Mr. and Mrs. Grund were visitors to the Stampede on Thursday. .Mr. L. M. CuUen spent Sunday in Coleman. Mrs. R. Dodds and daughter are at present gtiests in Lethbridge. Mr. and Mrs. J. X. Gibson and daughter were week end guests in Medicine Hat, Mr. E. Rowland, of Moose Jaw, visited friends here on Thursday. Mrs. E. E. Thompson and Mrs. Gordon Evans returned on Wednesday from Lethbridge. Mr. Jas. Forbes left on Wednesday tor Lethbridge. Mayor Reid returned on Friday^rom Edmonton. He spent the week-end in Medicine Hat. Mr. Richard Dodds has gone to Washington and accepted a railroad position. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Henchel spent Sunday with friends in Burdett. Mr. Baker of Foremost was a visitor here on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Gibson left on Wednesday for Vancouver. Mr. W. J. Oliver has returned from Calgary. Mr, M. Hartford was a week-end visitor to Medicine Hat. Jlr. R. Reid left for Lethbridge on Tuesday. .Mrs. Frank Sutton of Retlaw spent the first of the week here. .Mr. and .Airs. Badgley of Pleasant View were guests of Mr. and IMrs. F. Reams, Olquist street over ithe week-end. Mrs. N. Laird of Provost has been spend.'ug a fe..- days here. Mr. F. Beattie returned from Lethbridge on Wednesday. Mrs. Bob Endersby was a guest in Lethbridge over the week-enfl, Mr. J. G, Carson was a visitor to Lethbridge on Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Fairbalrn left on.. Wednesday for Vancouver,'B. C. A Dance An extremely delightful dance was held in the Lancaster school on Tuesday night under the auspices of the Grandlea Red Cross Society. Guests played tennis until nine o'clock when the floor claimed the crowd and enjoyed the music provided by Messrs. Nelson and Goldrioh. The .funds of the society were increased by $21 through the evening's receipts. The Misses Foster, who have been resident pupils at the .Medicine Hat convent,-are spending their vacation with their parents at the Foeter Ranch. Many friends In this vicinity will be interested to know that Veteran Sergt. Robt, Sargeant is at present en route to England, having been appointed to accompany recruits overseas. Mrs. Hyland has as her guest Mrs. Whitney of Gananoque, .Mr. Paterson, former principal of our school, arrived from Edmonton on Wednesday and is spending a few days in town renewing acquaintances, I Mr, Lamouroau spent tho weok-end in Mediclno Hat. Dr, Munro is nt present in Calgary. .Mr. and -Mrs. Sprinplo aro spending a few days in Lethbridge. Tho regular monthly meeting of the W.M.S. will be held at the rosi-donee of Mrs. Geo. W. Johnston on Thursday afternoon, Aug. 1st. A good attendance i.i desired as Bovernl important matters will be up for discussion. v.. C. Ludtke was a visitor to Loth-bridge last week. .Mr. and Mrs. E. Begulm of Foremost wore visitors here on Wednesday. Row Island is being well represented at the stampede. Among others we noted the following: Major Held. Mr. and .Mrs. Reynar, Mr. and .Mrs. Flamme, .Mr." and Jlrs. Grund, .Mrs. R. S. Beattie, Mrs. R. L. Stone, .Mrs. H. Fuller, Mrs. Henderson, .Mrs. Bate-man, Mr. and Mrs. O. Gibson, .Miss Gilbert, Mr. A. F. Werts, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Wilmot. Mr. F. J. Henderson, Mr. D. Carlson. .Mr. T. R. Fairbalrn, Mr. Wm. Xewcombe. Mr. .M. Hartford. -Mr. and .Mrs. C. Henchel, .Mr. Xeale, Mr. and Mrs. Potter. LETHBRIDGE "DOMINION BLOCK.-SIXTH ST. 8. (NEXT TO SltoPSO.N'S) WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF NEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURE AT REASONABLE PRICES. A few of our Specials are Book Cases, China Cabinets, Desb, Arm Chairs, Brass Beds, Rugs, Lino, also Offite Desks an^ Typewriters, Cream Separators, etc. CRATING FREE GREAI SUFFERING ON GERMAN M Washington, July 2>j.-.-Vn account of the activities of the Kr.snch airplanes came from good sources today, and shows the suffering being inflicted on the German army crowded into the Aisne-.Marne salient. Ti;ns of bombs are being rained from the air day ?nd night. During the period of the first two weeks of July, French airmen alone dropped tiOO tons of high explosives ia German trenches, on rest billets, railway stations, and on munition works far back of the fighting lines. .-V, total of 27.67.') flights were made for military purposes during that time and more than 2000 combats occurred in the air. In this fighting, 199 German planes were destroyed or forced to land in French territory and IBl others were damaged and probably destroyed, making a total of StiO enemy machines brought down, against a loss of 72 machines by the French. Twelve of the French planes brought down were only slightly damaged. In direct aid to the army, the French pilots and observers made 119 photographic scouting trips and took'19,47S snapshots of the enemy forces and positions. They also took ,303 long range flights covering enemy territory for hundreds of miles. Coupled with this French effort today in the Alsne salient, is the work of the concentrated British and American squadrons and the airmen are at work night and day. 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 Marne. mtcLouo OVER LOCAL FORCE OF PROV. POLICE Two Constables Fired For Bootlegging-Other Local Men Fined EIAILSOFI PRINCE'S VISIT Ottawa, July 26.-The following statement with regard to the visit of His Royal Highness, Prince Arthur of Connaught to Canada, has been made public. "His Royal Highness, Prince Arthur of Connaught, is to spend the remainder of the week in the vicinity of Victoria, B.C. His tour after leaving Victoria will be principally of a military character. .Monday next Is to be passed in Vancouver, where the troops and hospitals will be inspected, Tuesday afternoon Rqvolstoko will be visited. W^ednesday, Thursday and Friday are set apart  for the Banff park. Calgary will be visited on Saturday. His Royal Highness will arrive in Regina on Sunday evening to spend the whole of Jlonday in the city, where again the troops, hospitals and mounted police will be reviewed. On Tuesday, tho 6th, Brandon Is to be honored by his visit, Dr. H. P. Whidden, M.P., having charge of the arrangements. "Prince Arthur will arrive at Winnipeg on Tuesday afternoon to spend the whole of Wednesday, where again the troops and hospitals will be Inspected. On Friday and Saturday the prince will take a lltilo relaxation on the Nipigon River, He is due at Nl-8gara-On-The-Lako Tuesday morning, the 13th, After inspecting tho troops, the prince will motor to the R.A.P, camp at Beamsvllle and in the evening will proceed to Toronto where he will be tho guest of Sir -John Hendrie. "HIa Royal Highness will arrive In Ottawa on Friday morning, the 16th, and will spend three or tour days in the city," RIOTING IN RUSSIA. Washington, July 26,-Ftloting by the peasants In the occupied regions of White Russia Is Increasing and many German soldiers have been killed, said an official dispatch from Stockholm today. Fifteen thousand Chinese residents of Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia are now being registered on certificates issued for the purpose. This r^i^gistratlon, which is separate and apart from that lately conducted throughout tho Dominion ia in charge of Ligoh Wung. CllUa086 Hul at Vancouver, A, cloud which has been hanging over the local dptachmont of the A. P. P. was cleared up yesterday by Supt. Bryan who came from Edmonton especially to straighten matters out. It seems that about ten days ago some bootleggers brought fifteen cases of Scotch across the line and cached them nt the' farm of Richard Taylor at Conldale, Intending evidently, to have them on tap for the fair. Two loonl men, J. Brown and H. Rutledge, anil tho police bellove, a third man, learned of tho presence of the illicit liquor and succeeded in wheedling two of. the local A. P. P. staff. Constables Warmnn and Marlon, into going in with them tor the purpose of stealing the whi.-'key and peddling It during stampede week. Brown wont to the Taylor farm in a truck. Rut-ledge following in a car with the two constables. It was represented to Taylor that they had a search war-!,-anr, and that tho liquor was being .seized by the polite. Brown loaded it on his truck and came into Lethbridge, caching it in .N'orth Lethbridge. Were Double-Crossed Rumors and stories began to float around that the A. P. P, here were In with tho bootleggers. Theso came to the ears of Sergt. Trickey, acting inspector here and ho began to run them down. Taylor came into the olUce, and is said to have given the police a wrong steer on the Information, but his enquiries about tho liquor aroused further suspicion and resulted in placing the blame. The result was that Warman and Marlon were faced with the facts and confessed their part in the plot. Thoy were arraigned and fined $75 and costs each and dismissed from, the force. Brown and Rut-ledge were arrested and were remanded until next week. It is claimed that they double-crossed the policemen who never received a cent of the money received for the bootleg Scotch, KAISER EXHORTS HIS MEN TO FIGHT ON T Harbin, Manchuria, July 26.-Documents found on captured Magyar prisoners show that the German emperor has ordered the Austro-German war-prisoners to consider the Siberian front as importanJ^ as the other fronts and that there they will serve the fatherland as Austro-Germans are doing elsewhere. Promisek of suitable future reward are .made. Owing to pressure from enemy cavalry. General Semenoff, yie antl-Bolsheviki leader, has fallen back on the left flayk to the Manchurlan station which i.^ within the Chinese fron- j tier. The Bolshevik! and the German! ex-prisoners display an Intimate knowledge of the latest German methods of war. It is believed here that"an allied advisory commis.Hion should be sent to Siberia to advise with General Hor-vath and other leaders, who, it is said, would be willing to work with It. Most of the Russians in Siberia are most anxious to unite and co-operate vigorously with the allies in a campaign against the Germans, EXTRAORDINARY OFFER FRIDAY and SATURDAY GIVEN AWAY WITH MADE-TO-ORDER EVEm OF THE YEAR 100 pieces of various materials to choose from Extra Pair of Pants "MADE-TO-MEASURE" of the same cloth goes FREE with every suit ordered Friday and Saturday from these materials. Don't hesitate! Don't wait. A specially selected range of Cloths in English Worsteds, Scotch Tweeds, and Saxony Weaves are laid out on the table from which to make your choice. Free pants are given only with selections from this table. Order Yours NOWl Get it from the Old, Original Mill to Man Scotland Woolen Mills Co., 309 Fifth Street S. Limited G. A. Crozier, Manager Lethbridge the management of the exhibition. They are furnishing excellent meals, and are doing it at reasonablo prices. The Edmonton city council by a unanimous vote, refused to grant the Edmonton Power Company, locally known as the "hydro-electric," a 10-year extension of time in which to complete its contract with the city to build a power plant at Rocky Rapids on the Saskatchewan River. After bequeathing $10u to each of the two divorced wives who survive him, Charles A, Tyrell, formerly .president of an optical company at 131 West Sixty-fifth Street, New York, left tho bulk of hta |50,000 estate to his "dear little friend," Miss May Cleary, ,. CHINESE BOYS' PATRIOTIC ACTION The Chinese boys who are running the dinlnrj l-all at the exhibition, under the grandstand, are doing a very patriotic act. Unabla to go to war themselves, tlioy aro doing their bf: in this way: ihcy are furnishing their own time at the stampede free. In addition to this they are giving 45 per cent, of their profits in the hall to the I.O.U.K. and ten per cent, 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. I Commercial NEXT LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BER CO. Slaughter! Slaughter!! The slaughter of the Huns in Europe goes successfully on and will continue until the troops of the allies march down the streets of Berlin. The slaughter of prices on doors, windows, mill work and mouldings goes on from Wednesday until Saturday of this week. The prices are so low you cannot fall to take advantage of them; your savlriQ is over one half. Make use of some of these doors In Improving your property. You will never be able to buy them as cheap again. Prices given below are for cash only. 7 Screen Doors, 2-6x6-6, yg", each....................... $1.05 8 Screen Doors, 2-6x6-6, IVs", each.....................$1.20 5 Doors, 2-6x6-6, V/g", 4 panel, each....................$2.15 2 Doors, 2-0x6-8, P/g", 6 panel, each.................... $2.15 \ Door, 2-0x6-6, lyg", 5 panel, each .,................... $2.30 IDoor, 2-0x6-6, 1%", 6 panel, each............. ...... $2.30 18 Doors, 2-0x6-8,1%", 5 panel, each .................. $2.30 3 Doors, 2-4x6-4,1%", 6 panel, each.................... $2.85 72 Doors, from 2-6x6-6 to 2-10x7-0, 4, 5 and 6 panel, mostly 1%". each........................... $3.45 We also have 3 GLAZED DOORS, size 2-8x5.8. These are glazed three-quarter length with double strength glass and have an ornamental top. To move these we offer them to you at the slaughter price of $9,9S each. These goods are all displayed at our new yard, let Avenue 8., and 13th Street, opposite the Ellison Mills. Do not fail to call and take some of these goods home with you. Citizens' Lumber Co., Limited Si 869365?2 ;