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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NORDHEIMER PIANOS EDISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Mimical" S1S 6th Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE JMILY HERALD! GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR i 464 11th Street S. Phone 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Reasonable Prices. .' Experimental Farm Lamb. Ducks, Geese and Turkeys Fresh Oysters for Sale Today DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel phone 452 Canada Food Board License Number 9-2664 NEW COLUMBIA RECORDS For October JUST TO HAND. COME IN AND LOOK THEM OV�R. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Z Store NEXT OALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1447 ARE YOU SATISFIED THAT YOU ARE 1 GETTING VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY? IF IN DOUBT, IT MIGHT PAY YOU TO CALL AND GET OUR PRICES WHEN IN THE CITY. OUR OCTOBER CATALOGUES ARE NOW READY Crab Apples, per else ...................... 2.75 I No. 1 Mcintosh Red Apples, wrapped, case.. 3.50 Green Tomatoes, per case ................ 1.25 | Lug Boxes, each .......................\., 2.55 WE-EXPECT OUR FIRST SHIPMENT OF FRESH OYSTERS TO ARRIVE ON THURSDAY. IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE NEW RULING, REGARDING THE FACTORY ACT, THIS STORE WILL BE OPEN FOR BUSINESS EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK.TILL SIX O'CLOCK, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF SATURDAYS, WHEN THE HOUR FOR CLOSING WILL BE 9.00 P.M. SHARP THE GOOD CO. High-Class Cash Grocers LIMITED CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 8-599 Phone 525 IV JO. MARKETS T S Ottawa, Oct. 2.-It is announced that conservation measures and voluntary saving in the homes have reduced Canadian consumption of Rom from SOO.OOO to 600,000 barrels a month, as compared with pre-war consumption. This means a saving at the rate> of 2.400.000 barrels a year, or counting the saving by lengthened extraction of milling, of 2.640.000 barrels a year. This is equivalent to a saving of nearly 12,000,000 bushels of wheat. ARE MOWN DOWN Machine Guns Responsible For Heavy Casualties-Counter-Attacks Fail NOW IN TRANSIT^^ Car of Gluten Feed Finest for Dairy Cattle F. O. HYDE 4 CO. Cor. 2nd Ave. and 12th St A Phone 1240 Lethbridgel (By J. F. B. Livesay. Canadian Press Correspondent) With the Canadian Forces in France. Sept. 30.-(Delayed)-This morning elements of our 3rd and 4th divisions advanced from the line they held on the Douai-Canibrai road in a double concerted movement along the twin spurs toward Ouvillers and Ra-millies. the immediate objectives being to take and consolidate the linn of railway. This was successfully ac Winnipeg. Oct. 2.-Cash trading was again very light today. Oats closed He lower for October and \&c higher for December. Barley closed 2%c lower for October and 1c lower for ' December. Flax closed 5c lower for October: 5VjC lower for November and 7c lower for December. i Winnipeg Markets Open "9% , 107 10S ... 367 ... 362 Prices Close S.I 105 V. 107 37S 365 355> C,W. Oats Oct.......... Dec. . .. '...... Barlev- Oct........... Dec.......... Flux- Oct.......... Nov....... ... Dec.......... Czsh Oats-No. 2 C.W...S4 Extra 1 Feed ... .No. 1 Feed. .. 7S & Barley- No. 4 C.W...... Rejected ... 95 Flax-No 1 N.W.C............. Calgary Cattle Calgary. Oct. 2.-The yards are well filled with cattle and more still being unloaded. The price is practically the same as yesterday, but not much first class fat on sale. The top price is $12.00 with medium ranging ?1.00 to $1.25 lower. Fat.cows $8.00; fat No. No. .SOU ........sou 2 Feed.. .75U .............'100^ Feed ....... 95 ..............3SS ARLOWS EAT ARKET Phone 796 1110 Sixth Avenue S. CANADA FOOD- BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 9-6330 complished and, defense by the Ger- j calves SS.00 to $9.00; stackers, $7.50; mans appearing weak, the movement! feeders, $9.00 to ?10.50i was pushed on some 1000 yards east. I No no�s on sale. the object this time being to exploit j . . - ..... to the utmost any deposition the enemy might have of falling back in this sector. Smoke barrages were put down on either flank to protect the movement but. owing to a gale from the west, proved ineffective, with the UNDERTAKING We are selling our entire stock at lower prices. Call and see us. Out HOMfe MADE and FACTORY GOODS to sell at 15% Off. MOTOR EQUIPMENT MacKAY & MacKAY 803 3rd Ave. S., Lethbridge Nover Closed from machine guns. The enemy showed the utmost resolution in his counter-attacks, but could not dislodge us from the railway on our left. The 1st division re-, , , , . lDe imained quiet during the day. They � consequence that the enemy-machine j adv8ncedq vesterday up to the railway : gunners from Blecourt on the north jMoB at Xbancourt; but oyving to the ana Tilloy on the south opened a ,ntense macnine gun fire from the i^.y A,%hn �Ur tr?�PS 0"-theKhil heights .b either flank fell back to Tnn ,f h6 same tm% W-b-at" ihe'r ori^al lines. I . h y ? n dl,V1SI�n The importance the enemy attaches. ! Sfi S v n t�. T�T **> "�e defense of this area is shown i fell back on the railway. Later in the | day we re-established posts in Tilloy. >. In these operations the enemy was | served by a greater number of ma- ; chine guns than they have yet con- Hot Water Bottles There are so many uses for such a household necessity that no one should deny themselves of their usefulness. Ours are sold with an absolute guarantee as to quality. The seams are reinforced and each Hot Water Bottle is of full capacity. Let us show you our complete line of rubber goods. We feel sure it will appeal to you. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Successors to Jackson A Co. Telephones 555 and 1232 Sherlock Building CITY AND DISTRICT Closing Boathouse The Lethbridge Aquatic Association boat house will be closed for the season on Saturday next, the 5th of October, 191S. Red Cross Donations The amount donated by the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, I. O. D. E., to the Prisoners of War Fund was $200. Southern Alberta Casualties Mailed casualty lists foday contain i the names of Pte. Edniond Diamond, died of wounds, taken on strength at Pincher Creek, Mrs. Leodia Diamond next of kin, Macleod; and Pte. Chas. Clarke, next of kin Macleod, suffering from shell gas. Sacred Concert Sunday A sacred concert will be held at the Majestic Theatre next Sunday evening, October a, in aid of the funds of the G. W. V. A. The band will be in attendance, and an excellent vocal program has been arranged, a silver collection will be taken. Condition of James Hendrie Mrs. Hendrie .has received word from her son James, formerly of the post office staff. He is No. 54, General hospital, London. He waB gassed so badly that he was blind for four or five days. Ke is now able to use I his eyes and is improving nicely. He is likely to Jolly recover and return to the front. "I believe dial which is used Mosfyn the Nome should be the Best Obtainable" That* why most folks buy the Rpund Oak Chief Ifcrtge! Some folks think that the value of a range is determined by the price. Experience has taught us that the value is measured by the quantity and quality of service the range actually renders in use. That's why the Round Oak Folks have built into the Chief Range every modern service and a few exclusive advantages not possessed by others. It is not enough to say it is an economical, even and perfect baker, or that it is . the handsomest range, or that it uses less fuel or re- ?uires no blackingw that it will outwear any other, ye are here not only to claim all these interesting facts, . but to show them to you and explain why they are so. When may we have the opportunity? - - CONSUMERS' HARDWARE Co Sellers of Good Goods Only-Rightly Priced Lieut. Frame Recovering Mrs. Frame has received word that IJieut. Frame, recently wounded in France, is now out of dang'er from his wounds. Funeral of Barons Uady/ Died at Barons, .Saturday, Sept. 2S. Laura, H. Plotsman, aged 34 years, beloved -wife of Bert Plotsman. The funeral will take place tomorrow, Oct. 3, at 1 o'clock from Barons. Interment will take place in Lethbridge in me public cemetery. Funeral arrangements in charge ot T. S. Fetterly. Poultry Fanciers to Meet A meeting of the Lethbridge Pout-try and Pet Stock Association will be held tomorrow, Thursday, evening, October 3rd, in thef Board of" Trade rooms at 8 ^o'clock. All members are urgently requested to attend. Phone 1802 | j centrated on the Canadian front. Our i i losses were correspondingly hsavy j ! and particularly regrettable were the I j casualties among the tried regimen- \ ; tal officers. i i An eastern .British Columbia bat- j | talion had its colonel wounded and its � ; two majors and adjutant killed. j | A central Jutarfo battalion lost a\i j ; its officers, but the commander and j j one other. The majority of the cas-I ualties are more or less light wounds Inspect �ur Stock of Wallpapers before you buy. Splendid paper from 15c, a single roll up. Robertson's Book Store LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK PHONE 1265 i by his concentration of troops. The : j following divisions have been identi-' j fied. either actively ' on our front or. immediately in reserve: 22nd Saxon.! lCiJth Prussian from Silesia, 234 Prus-j siau from Magdeburg, 207th Prussian ! from Thuringen, 12th reserve Prus- ] sian from Breslau and 16th Prussian j from Rhineland. Thus eight divisions,; seven Prussian and one Saxon, are op- i posed to the Canadian corps, and j though some of them are undoubtedly  weak it rnade a very tough proposi-! tion, especially when the enemy relies ( mainly for his defense on a dense j massing of machine guns,,which can | only be overcome by intense artillery preparation. Where such defense is resolute infantry advances can only j be made at heavy cost. Our casualties since last Friday have been hea-I vy.' but in part they are offset by | prisoners not far short of 6,000. FIFTY THOUSAND ILL FROM INFLUENZA I.N MASS. LETHBRIDGE TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL OF THE CIVIC EMPLOYEES . - OF THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE TONIGHT, 8 p.m. j IN THE LABOR HALL Matters of vjtal interest will be discussed and all employees _ f the city should attend. 1? Boston, Mass.. Sept. 30.-At least 85.000 persons are ill from Spanish influenza in Massachusetts and the death list- is gaining hourly. State Health Commissioner, Kelly tonight | wired Surgeon-General Blue of the .' public' health service that the situa- j tion "continues serious." Scores of I doctors and nurses have been recruit- i ed for the battle against the disease, but Commissioner Kelly'3 message said there was still a "crying need for nurses and doctors, especially nurses." Spanish jinfluenza and broncho-pneumonia took 149 lives in this city in the 24 hours ending at 10 o'clock last night, bringing the total deaths since the epidemic started on Sept. 14 up to 1226 persons. BUY YOUR GIRLS' BOOTS AT THE HUDSON'S BAY SHOE SALE C o rrespondence Cards for Short Few people use a sheet of paper in writing short notes nowadays-the correspondence card is the popular way. More popular still is the correspondence card .with your initial in the upper^left corner.  We have a fine correspondence card, neatly initialled in gold-a good snappy stock which is proving vary popular which we have marked at an attractive price. 50c PER BOX 24 cards and 24 envelopes 1 D. Higinbothara & Co - '�� Limited. - Tkm Afberts't Plantar OruogliH* Wh*io�al* and Retail Chemists. Phones 1515 and 322 Death of Montana Lady There died at the residence of J. (W. Boulton, 523 6th St. South, Azilda Jones, aged 53 years, beloved wife of Charles John Jones of Fromberg, Montana. Mrs. Jones has, been visiting with her husband's people in Leth bridge and Cardston for the past six weeks. Remains are being held at Fet-terlys' parlors awaiting the arrival of her husband. Funeral notices will appear latei\ IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Sergt.-Major W. Mellor, .killed in action on the Somme, Sept. 30, 1916. "Greater love hath no man than this. than.he who lay down his life for his friend." Inserted by his loving wife and children. ' BAD AUTO SMASH Earl Kirk ham's Car Skids Front of Street Car on Third Ave. in A bad auto smash occurred during the noon hour today when a Ford car driven by Earle Kirkllam was nearly demolished by a . White line street car on Third avenue, just opposite the residence of Sheriff Young. It appears that the street car was going east, as was Kirkham and another automobile. The former put on 'a burst of speed in an endeavor to pass between this other car and the street car. His back wheels skidded on to the rails and the street car a few feet .behind him crashed into him with an [impact that was heard for blocks. The I car was carried along for a :few yards There were two riasiiengers in the car at the time of the accident, yet, strange to say, no one was injured beyond a severe shaking up. COMMANDANT KILLED Mineola, N. Y., Oct. 2-Major W. J. East, commandant of Michael Field, an army training ground for aviators at Garden City, was instantly killed when his automobile overturned while he was on his way to the field. Best Meats YOU CAN DEPEND ON US WHEN YOU PHONE YOUR ORDER. R. Coultry Phone 492 Tha Alberta Mtlt Mark** Canada Food B6ard Licenia Number 8-28993. BUY YOUR  BOYS'BOOTS AT THE HUDSON'S BAY \ SHOE SALE * HOTEL YOU'RE SAFE AT THE SANITARY SHOP Westbrook Bros, Opposite Bank ot Montreal �"VkwaaVsWBBBVMBnaai WINNIFRED AUCTION (AT WINNIFRED) AT 10.00 A.M. i THURSDAY, OCT. 3rd T/ha contents of the above hotel will be sold by public-auction, as above, by ,  ,' FRANK WADDINGTON The furnishings include: 27 good oak dressers; ;27.. beds; 27 genuine eottgri felt mattresses; 27 all metal springs; *25 pairs woolen blankets; 30 comforters; 20 pairs extra feather pillows; 25 bed spreads; large quantity bed and table linens; 2 exceptionally good POOL TABLES, by Brunswick-Balke Co., with cues and all accessories; NATIONAL CASH REGISTER; LARGE OFFICE SAFE, by Diebold Co.; 6 large dining tables; 1 large mission oak buffet; 24 mission oak dining chairs; 20 oak lounge chairs; LARGE HOTEL RANGE; sanitary lounge; davenport; large rockers; V/g h.p. GA8 ENGINE AND PUMP; hotel dishes; glassware, etc.; also complete lighting Bystem and 1 MAHOGANY BAR FIXTURE. GOODS WILL BE SOLD IN LOTS TO SUIT PRIVATE BUYERS AND DEALERS. ^|RM8 CASH AUCTIONEER'S PHONES, 770-469, Lethbridge AT' BORN BURROUGHS-To Mr. and Mrs. II. Burroughs at the Van Haarlem hospital, on Sept. 28th, u daughter. 247-1 Winnipeg, Oct. 2.-Frank Sullivan and Philip Johnston, sentenc-to death for the murder of Constable Snowdon, April 5 last, were hanged this morning at sunrise. The men went to the gallows without a tremor. QUAKER BREAD is a Real Victory Loaf Quaker Bread contains 10 per cent, of substitutes as requireri by the Food Controller. The substitutes are barley flour, corn flour, oat flour and oatmeal. Quaker bread Is today a better eating and keeping loaf than it ever was before the use of substitutes. The substitutes w* use give the loaf/ flavor and keep it moist. John Gilmore, Limited, Baklrjj. \ CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 5-878 The Twentieth Century Book Store -IS FULL OF NOVELTIES- RESIDES MODERN'FICTION, REPRINTS,'POETS, OXFORD BIBLES AND METHODIST, ENGLISH CHURCH H"YMN BOOKS WE HAVE DOLLS, LEATHER, IVORY, EBONY GOODS", WRITING MATERIAL IN GREAT VARIETY. 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 611 Office Equipment and Stationery Stenographer's Note Books.................____.' $9.85 per 100 Typewriter Carbon........................ S2.00 to $3.50 per box Typewriter Ribbons.........................'. 76c and $1.00 each Second Sheets......................... $1.25 and $1.50 yer 1,000 EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE EVERALL & FRANKS Slnnot Block Cor. ,4th. Ave. and 5th St. I: ;