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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta wednp:sday, September ii, iois the lethbri^gkh^aily herald APPEAL 10 SAVE (IPPLY Fuel Controller Urgts Public to Eliminate "Joy Riding" as Much as Possible Ottawft, Sept. 10.-tC. W. Peterson, deputy fuel controller, has Issued the following appeal to tlie 'paopla ito assist in the oonBerratlou of tbe gaso-Uite s^ipply: "Recent Information discloses the fact that production is beginning to lag behind the denied, for all sources. The reauirements.of the westoni harvest fields, owing to the ever increasing us6 of mechanical motive power, has b^on very large and-the coantry U now fate to' f%ce with an actual gasotshe" Bhoi'tag*. ''WTiethor ,or when pioduotlttn -will bvortalio this shortage It is difficult to say,..but this is the period of the year-when.-tho coa-' sumption of gasoline is at Its . .'-eigri of the late Emperor,Nicholas. A Russian wireles.g message, containing a list as published by M. Tclij-tcherln, the Bolshevik! foreign niinls-tppi gives among others the name of Alexel Khostoff and II. Propopoff, both former ministers of tho Interior; J. G. Stcheglovitbff, * 'fd^rner minjstpr df jiistico, and !�.''Al^i^jako'f'f and M. Vostergoff, tiie l.atter' fjio notorioijs chief of'the IBlack Hundred. A number of the other officials and genil-armes of the Czar's regitne �lso ftre OQJjt^JflieJ ip the list "After every meal*! E ACCIDENT EARLY FATA (From 9"'' '0''^'n Correspondent) Maelepd, Sept. 9.-An accident that'wa-s'.dlmost, fatai at the time or!-eurred ' Sunday afternoon ou fith Avenue] ' -A � car containing three youn^i-'Uien were driving north on the avenue and- when near the ' Mc-Kenzie Bridge' instead of drivii;g on the bridge the car which was not go ACTIVITIES'OF � FMU BOIERS Paris, Sept,. 10.-During the course of the month of Augdst, French bombr ing airplanes dropped more than 269 tons of projectiles, according to a .stati^Hient issued today by the- war office,. Tlie statenjent reads: "In the course of August, our ing slow jumped over the end pier | f'"'^^'f �"^^^'"^^ into the river 'below. The car was , dropped more than 2b9 tons of pro-completely -wroclied, the" driver and'.jectiles on objectives on the battle- the man sitting with him received some bruises and ycratches, while field betvveen the Somme and the Aisne. In night attacks, our bomb tlie young man sitting in the hf ck ' "'e, airpJanes dropped 360 tons of seat was taken to the liospilal in an Projectiles on railway stations - and unconscious state., fronj which he eiiemy roads of communication. In has not 'recbverd, but hope,o of his "^e same month, 280 enemy machines recovery are hold by his friends. ^^'"^^ downed, or seen falling out of , 1 ^ . . : . , 1 control, and 6(i enemy balloons were Merchants report busmess ni"ch i ji,.g better the past t-wo weeks, �or since tlie crop is now a reality. Stockmen say their horses and cattle are in fine shape, ^nd will be ready for the winter. Large quantities of hay have been cut on tho Blood reserve, while on . the Piegan reserve the amount is sniall. Rev. E. S. Bishop, a former pastor of one of Maci'eod churches was a visitor . this week. He is ^ow engaged in the child welfare work of the province. Officials of the Salvation Army held a public meeting in the Town Hall during tlie week, at which a lecture, or- talk on sohio phases of the yar was given. The hall was well filled, an'4 the lecturer made his story of the war very real to the crowd. C. Grier and family wiio have spent some time jn the mountains returned home. Men to run the threshing machines are very scarce, and the wages offered,are larger than any previous year. Mrs. A. F.- Grady and family .re-tyrned home after spending the suni-iftei'.'iJa-Walifax,.N,S.. � ,�'Tbe '. J:0.l3.E:> liavje* 'sent .forward another large shipment of articles for w*r purposes, over 1,500 pieces for \ * Winnipeg, Sept. 10.-At a meeting lield liere this evening, both branches of Winnipeg's postal employees association-the carriers and clerks-withdrew from the Dominion associations and now, with the exception of Edmonton, which it is expected will be only terjiporary, a complete severance of west from east has been made effective from Sault Ste. Marie to Victoria. TO FI!3HT THE GERMANS. Washington, Sept. 10.-A credit of $.5,000,000 was established, by the tre?L-sury, for the republic of Liberia, v/bich bas declared war against Ger-inany. This added a ninth nation to the list of allies borrowing from the United States. ', I have on hand a large quantity put up in five gallon packages. COLORS GREEN, SLATE, GREV, CREAM AND WHITE-  To clear I am offering it at reduced prices. House Paint. Regular $4.25. Sale Price $3.75 gallon, Barn Red. Regul^ $1.75, Sale Prke $1.35 gallon. Shingle Stain. Regular $1.75. Sale Price $1;35 gallon. White Lead Regular $24.0.0 per 11)0 ll>s.-Sale. ; Pr??^, $20.00, ' SPECIAL piSCpyiMT FOR QLIANT.ITIES. � . }* . P. O. BOX 275 HAYR OFFICE 416 FOURTH AVE; .' MAIL YOUR OPPER TODAY, CO.D. �.......�.A^i.ow.>:.,,i:iV',;,in^ :.;j,ijiu'L ., 43 ;