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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, SEP'J'EMBER 3, 191 is I'.'moved. The agreement goes iiiio ctlVict either from the date of the rx|,iry of recent .'igreements or not lain- in ilic case of unesplred agreeraeiils iluni .Vukusi IJ. the men'.s pay is riilciilated iv-iin.ic-tively accordingly liasic iriKlcs arc concerned in the agrmMni-ni. I''iii- ihn railways this afVecls ilic largcsi singii-spending departmenl. ;n- cdiirUision of the negotiations i.-: ,-;aiil tn !)>� an epoch making evciii a^ ihis is llii; first time in Canadian railway lii.s-lory that all tiie road:-; liaic iicKOtiaicd j with one wiiil such a laiK" ritinvlpx of iiad ii.-stiM in 11 llKM ralfi^j Germaii I of wages as were licint; niiiMcii uiuii'i j ' tlie .so-called McAdoo a.vaia in i\v I a- j s have advanced y uuiximum of lonri miles. This scnmii to emphasize the! workers. Negotiation-cleanness of the break, and with the i April but were brok. i. .iff wa. largo cajiliires of prisoners, iiolnis t,ol men declined to accept iii'- sami the demoralization of the forces.  "FriiMves" Ijiilckly Relieved This Ciironic Trouble .589 CASonAiN Stbkct, Monireai,. "In ray opinion, no other medicine is so curative for Con.stijjalion and Indigestion as 'i'ruit-a-tivcs'. 1 was a sutTcrcr from thcHe com-plaints for five years, and my Bcilcntary occupation, Music,brought about a kind of ftiirsh'nai J'afalysis ; with nasty Ileadachi's, belching gas, tlrowsines.s after eating, and pain in the back. 1 was induced to try'i'Yuit-a-tives' and now for six months I have been entirely well". A. llOSENIUJilG. TjOc.abo.t, 6 for .fl'.aO, trial size 25c. At all dcuU'rs or .sent postpaid bj l''ruit-a-tives i^imited, Ottawa. RESHING START (OiNTi-Ji-'HD fiiOM Front I'ao�> ed by this department during the past week show harvest In full awing and general tliroughout the who'',' province. Cutting has revealed surprises in many districts where little was ex-jiected, a fair crop being reaped. He-ports from the Peace itiver country are jiarliculariy optimistic, and should' the weather he favorable. I hey are assured of a splendid iiarvest. Cutting is well advanced in the southern districts and tlircsliing will couHUHUce early next week. The weather has been somewhat irregular; in some localities considerable rain has fallen. ; Keed has improved and Ihe o\illook for the live .siocR problem is encouraging. There is still a shortage of farm i iielp in many di.sti'icis although a num-! her of men have been secured from \ iliR east during the past week. We : lit ill rcriuirn more but these may be ex-I peeled from the northern Slates as suiting is now caiupleled in those dis-jirlcts iliai. lorniurly supplied ii.s Willi \ liitrvcsl help. Would Have to Leave France. t ited. Stales. The Caiiailiaii lailway j MlIJv IJIVER : Milk River, Sept. 1.-.A cement walk I has lieen laid up lo tlie new consoli-j dated school and the old building is \ now divided off into rooms lo accom-1 uiodatc tiie teachers. This is a real j advantage as 11 is impossible lo rent ; a house and suilalile lodgings arc diffi-I cull lo gi.'l. The scliool will open on Tiu-sdiiy Willi liiree ne-.v li-achers: .Mr. Keid. .Miss .Sin'ili and Miss Stee.'e, -Mr. .ie.-;s (iraiiui. station nuister. has returneil lo In.- diitie� at tiic stalion anil has iiuiie rc'Dvered from !ii:i serious illuc.H;-. .Mr. \V. A. Wright of i lie pool room /Be ,4 ^\ iarsiaKteol ,dsor l>le alt the canadiam salt co. limited II Is too oarlv to estimate what et- ''oa''^ ! gay yesterday and he staled that the feet the present drive mav ultimately tne railways to pa} tue -y'A'loa aw ,ii d. | , ,,achiues were turning out produce. The tall of Douai and Cam- '-I'lie amendments were tlieii m jji'oeess | ^ig^ ^^ ejgiuoen bushels to Ihe High-grade American Dentistry a Necessity-not a Luxury Do NOT commit the error of regard-sheer downright .necessity If you ing dentistry as a luxury. It, is a have any regard for your liealtli and appearance." A little money spent on your teeth today will save you not alone heavy dentistry bills In the future but it will save you heavy doctor's bills too, for as sure as your teeth are decayed and imperfect your health -will be affected-eventually if not now. And because you are afraid, do not put off your visit to our offices. Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art Drs. Bruner, Richards & Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRI8TALL BLOCK. AUCTION SALE OF Farm Stock, Implements, Household Goods AT DIAMOND CITY OnNSaturday September 7th AT TWO O'CLOCK 10 good milk cowS, fresh fall and winter; 1 !sow with 10 young pigs, 10 weeks; 1 useful horse, 9 years, quiet to drive or ride; 1 light wap-oji; 1 set rig harness; 1 set buggy liarnesa; 1 rook stove in good order; 2 heaters; 2 kitchen oupboards; 1 small kitchen cabinet; 1 dresser and -waBhatand; I kitchen tabic;'^1 dozdn chairs; 1 washing machine; 1 Magnet cream separator and lots'of other small things. 1 ;i-roomed shack standing on 2 lots; \ tant IftUfi feet and other buildings. ,1 TBRMS CASH J. GREGG, Proprietor I J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer _/ ._ hrai would put ihe entire German lineiOC settlement, but llie workers liere ^^^^ would be true throughout of Joint between the North Seal stopped negotiations on ilie grounds ,|.^,. farmangay district. lie con-and Itheims, and would be likely lo i that the board's oflcr was u,i> vague. ; Dijh a wonderful yield iu view force the evacuation of a great part of j They asked in the meantime that the , (,r ii,e fnel that fr.r a) days during Northern ii^rance now occupied by the Germans. Oiierations by the French and .Americans in the south may be counted on lo work toward such a result. The Germans are in retirement east of .Soisson.s. Tlie entire Soissons plateau is now in the hands of the F scores of different workers included j jun^- and .luly there was not a break in their organization should hi: divid- ( j,, ii,e hot weather, no raiu falling iu ed, approximately into tiiiee groups. First, the skilled tradp.-^iiieu for whom 7.") cents an hour wa^^ (lenuiiuled; sec-op'I. the less skilled woi'.;ei>u for wlioiu tl2'/a cents was asked; iliiid. the help-ers'for whom .5G',4 cents an hour was asked. The old rates were. .>ancn \meric�n (rmms under General' '"^ �"' '""S'''^' The yield from summer fallow is bet-1 '^'"''es ket'P H "P. Here is a Mang?n Thra^lvanrn^^^^^^^^^ to 4o cents for thf- first class. :!0 to j^r than was expected and what grain! something uuiro can be done : Mangin. The advance north of bol.s-,^^ j.^^. ^^^^ ^^^^^^^^ ,^ j.^^. ^^^^^^^ threshed is a very fine ,=^w..,. �, to ne.vt year's crop with their g( L, l^ij; / 'under the direction of (he Canadian Lged. The recent rain has much been engaged. / A Fast Pace, With the British Army in Prance, Sept. .1.-On the Somme battlefront the British are driving forward at a railways war lioard. lias made concessions in regard lo Ike classification and are to pay the mcii in lite three classes (18 instead of Ta cents asked. 5S cents instead of 'in cents and 45 pace generally fast In the direction. ' ^^^^ .p,, of, the Canal Du ^ord, jUere the , ,,,^.^1^ ., Germans have erected wire. Ihetrr" ,, ,,,'.,_,____,, trenches liere have been only half dug. it Xs reported. The tiermans, it seems to be ex- in all departments. Eight Hour Day The eight "hour day i:s adopted but Carmangay District. A Herald repicscntativn lailced !o J, Mc.N'aughton. M.l...\. of Carman-; has gone lo Herbert on a bu.sincss trip. He has jii.st sold his hotel ihere for a sum around .?2n.miii. He, will leave two of his sons al .Medicine Hat where tliey will go lo school iSt. Theresa.I .Mr. Wriglii intends lo farm on an e.vicnsiv," xcai'f iu the Milk liiver district. The - i'icneer i.imibcr Company, through -Mr. 'i'lirner (he. local manager, has kiniily doiuucd to Ihe Ited ("ross Society liere as a mark of appreciation to the hauil of ladies who so ably fought the. Hying embers in the lumber yard while tiie Herrle barn was burning a couple of weeks Tlicre is al-if that the most you all do will not be as much as one hero who lays down his life for yon. Mr. Raymond Bel! arrived from Medicine Hat lo take charge of the large j new elevator erected this summer by I the .Alhertu Pacific Company. Mr. Hell and family are expected next week. 'I'liey will reside in the com-liany's lionse foniierl.v occupied by iMr. Adam. mansion stairway! Mad, wild, 100-mile-au-honr night race belwcen auto and train! llcadliglits gleaming! Mar-veldiiM realisiu that staggers imagina-lionl liiHilterabli; infamies of child-labor! 'J'ots drlveu under lash of brutal factory foreman! Greedy, grasping food profiteer living in luxury on labor of tln' lowly! See him and hale him! Heart-rending scenes of direst waiit and povnrly in homes of downtrodden poor! Fragile girl, falsely accused, shuddering in the very shadow of electric chair! Child's driVnalic. daiiining recital on witness stand of e.i.nstrons indignities suffered from powerful emjiloyer! -liiror, browbeaten, reviled, thrcalpni^d. fori;ed to return verdict against his will! Splendid, sublime! storm scenes! Tons of water pour down from heavens as lightning flashes and death stalk.-? abroad! all that time. : Tlie following reports have been received: MILK RIVER, Milk River, Sept, T.-Tlirershing is nearly over in Milk River district. proved the feed prospect and gardens. .Mr. ]'. Beard and Mr. .1. .lockem brouglit some splendid beads of corn lo town last week and some fine local cabbage is being offered for sale. PINCHER CREEK � Pincher Creek, Sept. .'!.-A heavy frost visited tlie district last night, but it is belfeved did little damage to the standing wheat. Heavy rains also ,.>,�.>,i ,,..-11 a,,,,.,,i,,,i -.uci,='f in .such a way iuat the day shifts will fgn ou Saturday and Sunday. There is peeled will offer deter itined 'e.sibt-| , j ,j , f^, five i ,, threshing done as vet ance along this line, as they are now s beyond this point.) The town of Villers-Au-FJos, southeast of Ba-paunie, was in British hands early last; evening after severe fighting. After taking Sailly-Saiiiisell, the British pushed on acros.T the Bapaume-Peronne road and in the fighting just to the north wore well on Iheir way toward Rocquigny. The Germans were in heavy force in the region of Morenil and hard fighting was in progress there. Hasten Retirement. There is every sign the enemy Is hurrying his retireznent on this part of the British front to get behind what is left of his defensive line. This new line he expected to take up behind the Caual Du .\ord is considered very strong and is too near Douai and Oanibrai to be comfortable for the enemy. erto and forty-eight hours in the United States. The Anieiican workers do TABER Taber. Sept. -The cutting m this AT STARLaN1> The latest Douglas T-^iirbank.h production, "Headin' South.'' an -Arlcrafl jilctnre which will be shov.-n at the Starland liieaire Tuesday, Wednes- district is preitv well cleaned up. and! dar and Thursday marks the entrance threshing is started. What wheal has ; of -'^"t Hosson a.s a director of Falr-i been threshed has turned out splendid-, banks' jiictures. not take Saturday aricrnooii and there-1 j^. f,,,,,^.),'of jt grading .N'o. 1. The i ''alhariiie MacDonald makes her fore work eight hours a day for six full days. The new agreemeul is subjected to cancellation on thirty days' notice from either side. One important iioint lies in the wipin'g as not doing some skilled work. vields arc proving better than .expect-j "i'*^' appearance .opDosile Douglas Fairbanks in "Headin' .South," which BOW ISLAND 'thrilling st ;rv of the untamed Bow Island, Sept. S.^Cutting i. pro-i Mexican border. She recently com-' gressing here, and there hds been ' f'^^t � '""'"'f "'-f' '^"'''l-'e'^ Ka>'. t''^ ^ ' ' Ince-Paramount star, and came well jne important iioinu ues hi ! r,,,,, tlireshinE Yields are all the wav ""�'^�''"""'"""'^ ^^'"' ,in'g out of a class formerly to the Fairbanks stu �'.specialists." 'l-bese men w-lu) liad''�"V ,,,.,f"^ 1� �"mi' f the scenes hi sirved an apprenticeship bul were "l il>� Ps are turning out j ..,eadin' South" she wears a Spanisl NEW ATTACK With the British Army in France, Sept. 3-(Associated Press)-While the British were fighting their way further forward, well inside the Drocourt-Queant line today, an attack was launched just to the south, where a strong British force is driving ahead on the northern reaches of the HindenUurg line proper. Again there had been furious fighting, thousands of prisoners have been taken and the enemy has suffered terrific losses. than expected. CARDSTON Cardston, Sept. :5.-There was a little frost here Inst night, but not enough to damage the grain. The cur-ting is about half done. The wheat _ _............. _.............. has filled out much better than ex-; ;,gVy YoVid of outdoornre, aiid'havi in h shawl given to her by her grandmother, who claims it v,as purchased in San Francisco more than a hundred years ago. Miss MacDonald is especially fitted for work in a Fairbanks film, being peeled, and some good yields may be looked for. FOREMOST Foremost, -Aug. :tO.-The fine weather of the last few days has greatly aided the farmers of this district lo save and harvest the little crop they have. NEMISCAIVI Neuiiscam, Aug. IH. - The rains " . i which have fallen receuily in this GREAT SIGNIFICANCE. i locality have greatly relieved the pre- Washlnglou, Sopl. :!.-Tremendous ' sent feed situation which was becom LEMON JUICE TAKES OFF TAN Girks! Make bleacliirtg lotion if skin is sunburned, tanned or freckled Squeeze the juice of two lemons into a bottle containing three ounces of Orchard White, shake well, and you have a quarter pint of the best freckle, sunburn and tan lotion, and complexion beautifier, at very,' very small cost. "i'ourgrocer lias the lemons and any drug store or toilet counter will supply three ounces of Orchard While foi" a few cents. Massage this sweetly fragrant lotion into the face, neck, arms and hands each day and .see how freckles, sunnurn, windbiirn and tan disappear and liow clear, soft and white the skla Imtoiues. Yes! it is hannleMPj political siigniricaiice is all ached in diplomatic cjuarter.s to today's action by the United States. It means that America, with the allies, will go to the peace conference, recognizing as an independent nation and ally a large section of the present Austro-Hungarian monarchy. Mrs. Henry Dietrich of South Kast-hope, was fined .flOo and cost.s in the county court by .fudge Barron, for sheltering her Ijrnther. Pte. Adam Hartnrann, of fhe Western C^nUirio Battalion, now overseas, a deserter. ing serious owing lo the dry summer, although the stock has been do ing weli all season there was a ten- participated in several athletic tour-ni^ments. AT THE EMPRESS Following are some of the sensational scenes in "Cheating the Public," at the Empress: Stupendous food riots! Multitudes of maddened men battling for bread! Desperate battle lo death between man and girl on ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow leucy to fall off in flesh, but with the ; full Information apply to Agents moisture now in the ground the grass and the crops that were backward, are coining on very fast so that there � will be ample feed for the summer, i although feed for the winter may be i scarce, | Harvesting is again in full swing. | crops are Very lighl, but the sample is verv good, iN THE PROVINCE. Edmonton, Sept, ",-Reports receiv- er Company's Office, 270 Main St., Winnipeg. Si2 Wben you meet with an accident -a cut, a burn, a scald or i>. bruise -don't spend money -neediesssly In doctor's bills, but apply Zam-Buk at once. This herbal balm will end the pain, stop the bleeding, prevent festering and heal quickly. Keep a box handy. For skin troubles Zam-Buk Is equally invaluable. A skin disease cured by Zam-Buk does not break out again, because Zam-Buk cures from the " root" up. Zam-Buk is best f�-'r eczema, tollg, Viood-poiaoning and plies. All dealers oOc. box. BALMORAL BLOCK IS AGAIN OPEN FOR REGULAR BUSINESS After having been closed during August on account of holidays. YOU GET THE HIGHEST CLASS OF WORK AT THIS STUDIO. . EMPRESS-Tonightonly -Soul-stirring expose of Child Labor Conditions! -Factory Girl's {"ight With Vicious i''oremanI -linngei Daiing Away Life of Pov-erty-Sirickoii Woman! - Grriat nemonstratlon Against Heartless Profiteer! - Girl's iiife and Death Struggle With Employer! -Dramatic, Pr.ipitating Murder Trial Scenes' - Cruel Brow-.Beating of Aged Juror! -Wonderful Night Race Between Auto and Train! -Boastful Confession That Upsets Circumstantial Evidence! ALL! ALL! GRAPHICALLY SHOWN ALL! ALL! IN WILLIAM FOX'S STUPENDOUS 1918 CINEMELODRAMA "Cheating the Public" The Greatest Melodrama Ever Filmed. TREMENDOUS THRILLS TEN TEN Charles Chaplin Here Tomorrow in "WORK" wm TUESDAY WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY v4m DOUGllAS.fAlPBANKSv^'jHGadinlSputK-' ^ An ACTCBAFT Picture' DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS IN "HEADIN' SOUTH" 2779 4791 ;