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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOnDHEIMER PIANO* " EDISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Musical" 115 6th Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD! GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th Street S. Phone 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Reaion. able Prlcaa. _ Experimental Farm No. 1 Pork, Beef & Mutton Turkeys, Geese, Ducks, Chickens DELANY'S^Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food Board License Number 9-2664 i NEW COLUMBIA RECORDS For October ~ JUST TO" HAND'. COME IN AND LOOK THEM OVER. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd, t 'SBettit&ttStore, ; NEXT DALLAS NOTE PHONE 14*7 in other ways, make it quite evident to me that, if al all practicable, some action leading to* the utilisation of a large portion of the horses mentioned for food purposes is highly advisable. This Department is prepared to do what it can to facilitate progress along this line. It may be pointed out, how-. ever, that inasmuch as the people of Hon. T. A. Crerar has written the I Great Britain, the United States and following letter to Geo. Hoadley. M. . of Caimaa do not eat horse meat and P.P.. OkotoUs. on a matter of import- j a,.e ,, senUniem apparentlv rather op-ance to Aibena farmers; J p03eiJ (0 t[le [|se ot- these a!lima!s for I have before me the resolution j human fooa. u w!1! be necessary for WESTERN CANADA THE SANITARY STORE With Quality Goods Economically Priced for the Shrewd Buyer WE HAVE FOR THE WEEK END Ripe Tomatoes, per case ................. 1.15 . Green Tomatoes, per case ................. 1.25 Apples, No. 1 Mcintosh Reds, per case...... 3.35 Mcintosh Orchard Run, per case ....1....... 2.30 Wealthy's, wrapped, excellent stock and good value, per case .......................... 2.85 Silver Skin Onions, per basket 1.10 Potatoes, per cwt. ......................... 2.25 Potatoes, 10 lbs. for ........................25 B. C. Celery, nice and crisp, per lb............09 Sweet Potatoes, 2 lbs. for ...................25 Overseas Mailing Boxes, 2 for...............25 Standard Peas, per tin.......................18 Spinach, per tin .....'.'......................22 Cooking Butter, per lb. . %...................45 . Green Peppens, per "lb. .................30 Citron, per lb..............'..................05 Hyslop Crab Apples, per case ............ 2.70 OUR OCTOBER CATALOGUES ARE READY FOR i ONE FOR King Beach Raspberry Jam, 4's, per jtin.....90 Vantoria Strawberry Jam, 2's, per tin........43 Royal.Crown Soap, per carton................ .26 Peaches, in heavy syrup, per tin.............16 Hillsdale Pineapple, 2's, per tin ..............30 Royal Yeast Cakes, per pkt. ................05 Asparagus, Griffins; per tin.................31 Libby's Pumpkin, quality guaranteed, 2J/2's, per tin ...................^...............28 Salmon, Soekeye, va's, per tin ".:..............21 Cod Fish, 1 lb, bricks, each----..............22 Jelly Powders, all flavors, per pkt...........10 Liquid Veneer, 4 or. bottle, each .._..........20 Liquid Veneer, 12 oz. bottle, each."..........40 Dill Pickles, per doz.............. ...........30 Concord Grapes, fresh stock just arrived, per basket ...............................70 DISTRIBUTION. WE WILL GLADLY GIVE YOU THE ASKING. THE GOOD CO. LIMITED High-Class Cash Grocers canada food board license number 8-599 Phone 525 WE HAVE ON HAND 100 HORSE BLANKETS Bought at 75c on the Dollar. See These if ... You Want a Genuine Bargain CONSUMERS' HARDWARE Co. 120 FIFTH STREET SOUTH Telephone 1212 , passed by the joint meeting of the directors of the Alberta Horse. Cattle, j Sheep and Swine Breeders' Associa- j lions, re the advisability of the uu'iiza- j tion as human food or number;; of the ' light horses at present mote or less uselessly living on the plains of Al-1 berta and Saskatchewan. j I have also here the'letter written you by Mr. Walter Huckvale. Presi-. dent of the Western Stock Growers Association, which covered a copy of 'a letter written the Right Honourable Sir George E. Foster. Minister of Trade and .Commerce, by the Secretary of the said Association. , These, together with the representations madeA by yourself and what in-, formation I have heen able to gather (including legal expenses) 523,643.32 �was paid out. There seems to he a little difference of opinion at the conference on the- question of women being admitted to equal rights/ in the courts of j the church. A committee has been named to frame a "strong war resolution," and it is expected that this will be submitted to the conference some time next week. A gloom was cast over the general conference this morning when G. P. Harker. delegate to the conference from Zion ^Tabernacle, Hamilton, and us to act with caution in this matter, if we find ourselves in a position to do anything to help it. I am of the opinion that the slaughter of the small type of horse for food would be of decided advantage to the j a well known west end dry goods farmers of, the West, and since, as is j merchant of this city, had an attack Just Arrived DANDRUFF CURE 'Nuff said to those who know. If you haven't used it start now and reap the benefit of others' satisfactory experience. It is non-greasy, non-oily, does not corrode metals and will not stain. ~ Guaranteed a ruff. cure for dand- Price $1.00 per bottle The Frank Medley Drug Co. well known. France, Belgium. Italy and other European countries use such nieat it seems to me that this Department would be quite justified in doing whatever it could to facilitate the putting of this product on the Eur; opean market. This, of course, is contingent upon our being able to extend such help without injuring our present meat trade with Great ;Britaih. As you know, Mr. Mills of the Allied Provisions Export Commission has promised to see if a market can be secured for this product in France, Italy and Belgium. As soon as wo hear from him I shall make it a point to advise you further on our attitude in this matter. of heart failure at about 10 o'clock as hp was entering the church, where the sessions of the conference are being held. He 'died" in the ambulance on the way to the hospital. Mr. Harker was a man of middle age. BIG FIGURES FOR THE Hamilton. Ont, Oct. i.-The quadrennial statement of the superannuation funds of the Methodist church, which' will be taken up at the Saturday morning session of the general conference, shows a total of invested funds on July 31, 191S, of $721,930.25, an increase during the quadrennium of 104.264.25. During that period there was paid out to claimants, including special emergency grants. $S32,673.27. Of this $501,628.17 went to ministers, 3309,083.10 to widows, $8,795.00 to children and the remainder in emergency grants. For salaries and generall expenses of administering the fund NOW IN^RA'Nirt" Cur of Gluten Feed Finest for Dairy Cattle F. O. HYDE �. CO. .Cor. 2nd Ave. 'and 12th St. A IPhone 1240 Lethbridgel ARLOW'S EAT ARKET Phone 796 1110 Sixth Avenue S. CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENtC NUMBER 9-4330 'SATURDAY^ SPECIAL Regular 20c a single roll �fall Papers for 15c. Borders to match all papers. Robertson's Book Store LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLDG. . PHONE 1265 ^ I / Hon. N. W. HOWELL WILL DELIVER AN ADDRESSI Harry Lauder "Vocalets" 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 eachsHot Water Bottle is of full capacity. Let us show yotr our complete line of rubber goods. We feel sure it will appeal to you. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK C6., LTD. Successors to Jackson 4 Co. Telephones 55s and 1232 Sherlock Building CITY AND DISTRICT Have Lost Handbag IS Paris, notified Oct.. 4.-^Germany should be that reprisals will be made The city police have a handbag he- for all acts o� destruction which Ger-lcngiug to Mrs. Eunice V. Mason. j man forces commit in territory of the ! entente nations, is the view of the Burdett Soldier III ! parliamentary group of deputies from Today's mailed casualty list, con- the invaded departments' of France, tains the name of Pte. Chas. Strand, They have adopted a resolution urg-of Burdett, a Kiltie, who has been ing the government to seek an agree-admitted to the hospital, mentally ill. inent with the other, allied powers for such a notification to Berlin. t Funeral of Mrs. Jones The funeral of Mrs. Chas. John Jones will take place Saturday afternoon at 2.30 from Fetterly's Parlors. Interment in the public cemetery. "WHAT DOTH IT PROFIT A NATION-----?'. Pte. Watson Loses Leg Word has been received that Private W. K. Watson, son of Mrs. R..W. Watson. 537 13th St. North, who was wounded on September 3, has had his right leg taken off above the knee. He is getting along well. To Prevent Fires Furnaces will be going shortly. A general clean-up of basements, repairs to^pipes) etc., before that time would reduce fire risk. Next week is" fire prevention week, and Chief Hardy and his men are preparing to carry on an active campaign. MARKETS �Butter) Restriction Definite .word has been received that the food control board has set two pounds per month each person as the butter allowance. This confirms the report published by the Herald yesterday, about which there was some doubt at the time. The re striction is voluntary.' ON "THE WAR AND CANADA'S PART IN IT" At Knox Church Sat Evening AT EIGHT O'CLOCK Mr. Howell was one of Canada's representatives at the Imperial Conference and visited the war front. * UNDERTAKING We are selling our entire stock at lower prices. Call and tee us. Our HOME MADE and FACTORY GOODS to sell at 15% off. MOTOR EQUIPMENT MacKAY & MacKAY S03 3rd Ave. S, Lethbridge one 1802 Nover Closed DINNA CHEW IT! SOOK IT! The Little Fellow-That Keeps My Voice and Throat Good.and Well! 25c a box Grannie made the sweeties first, she showed my MIther how; and believe me my brith-ers and I never had sair throats. If you speak or sing Your voice will ring By usingvLauder's "Vocalets" Mr. Lauder says. Do ye ken yon song "Mary o' 1 Argyle" "T'was thy voice my gentle Mary" And Annie Laurie "Her voice was low and sweet" Lasses-"Vocalets" make the voice. Harry says: I smoke a' day But gae me a "Vocalet" And I'll sing a' nicht. -Harry Lauder j. 0. Higiabotkia k Co --- Limited Tkn Alberta's Plencer Dntgalata* Whelesale and Retail Chemists. Phones 1515 and 322 Winnipeg, Oct. 4.-Cash trading was very light. The demand was very light. Oats closed %c higher for October and %c higher fpr December. Barley closed l*4c lower for October and 14 c higher for December. Flax closed 4c lower for October; 2%c lower for December and 3c lower for December. Winnipeg Markets. Oat*- Ope"n October ................84 December ..............79'A Barley- i October .........105 December.........;. ..107% Flax- October .............,\378 November ............;..361 December ........,v..353% Cash Prices. Oats-No. 2 C.W...84% No. 3 C.W...S1% Extra 1 Feed..................81% No. 1 Feed, 79% No. 2 Feed, 76% Barley- No. 3 C.W., 103i.i No. 4 C.W., 98% Rejected .......................9414 Flax- I NO. 1 N.W.C..................380 Close 83% 79% 304% loo y4 and thought by freedom lives; . The srystalled stone compact and four-square stands, But man by - surging self-born impulse strives. Much have ye done, lords of exact Berlin) But one thing fails-the soul to youi' machine!" ,;..;.** .> * gulations designed to conserve ft the supply of gasoline in Can- ? ada, have, it is understood been passed by the government and ? will shortly''be made public. An announcement is expected on this matter from the office ot > * > This Barber Shop Closes Saturday Night at 9.00 o'clock Westbrook Bros, Opposite Bank of Montreal TURKEYS, FOWLS & CHICKENS R. C0ULTRY Phone 492 The Albert* Meat Market Canada Food Board License Number 8-28693. WE PAY CASH FOR USED AUTO CASINGS AND TUBES USED AUTOMOBILES ANY MAKE AND CONDITION ALSO ENGINES AND TRACTORS LIST YOUR CAR WITH US v FOR SALE USED TIRES EXCHANGED FOR HEW LETHBRIDGE AUTO WRECKING COMPANY (NEXT DODGE GARAGE) FOJJRTH AVENUE NINETY-EIGHT DEATHS AT ONE U. S. CAMP Cleveland, Ohio, Sept. 4.-Spanish influenza is spreading throughout Ohio, according to reports received here this morning. All classes at Miami University, Oxford, were suspended and about' 500 students left for their homes. At Camp Sherman the total death roll since the discovery of the'influenza epidemic it 98. The total ""Ttiber of cases reported then was 3882. * A Real Conservation LSaf is Quaker Bread Quaker Bread is a better eating loaf 24 hours old than it is fresh. The use of substitutes keeps the loaf moist and gives it a sweet nutty flavor that need enly be tasted to be appreciated. There it never any hard crusts left over where Quaker Bread ic served. See that the driver leaves you enough but no more- John Gilmore, Limited, Baicejrsf CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE tyUMBER 5-879 \ The Twentieth Century Book Store -IS FULL OF NOVELTIES- .BESIDES MODERN FICTION,' REPRINTS, POETS, OXFORD BIBLES AND METHODIST, ENGLISH CHURCH HYMN BOOKi - WE HAVE v DOLLS, LEATHER, IVORY. EBONY GOODS, WRITING MATERIAL IN GREAT VARIETY. 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 61S Office Equipment and Stationery Stenographer's Note Book*............/.,..........$9.85 per 100 Typewriter Carbon ........................ S2.00 to $3.50 per box Typewriter Ribbons........................... 75c and $1.00 each Second Sheet* ......................... S1.25 and S1.50 ;>er 1,000 EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE EVERALL & FRANKS -Slnnat Block Cor. 4th Ave. and 5th St. ;