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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta - - NOKDHEIMER PIANO* tDISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSIN1BOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Musical" 115 Oth Street South Phone 15*? 5 ETHBRIDGE DAI HERALD 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 9-266-; NEW COLUMBIA RECORDS For October JUST TO HAND. COME IN AND LOOK THEM OVER. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL Store PHONE 14*7 BIG BUSINESS I0 FIGHT A BATTLE ft r 1 . Canadian Correspondent of Preparatory Work Staff Kept Busy. Tell ( \ X 1- \ "With the Canadian Korve;. S-;,t. 11 1By wall from .1. P. U. J.ivesay. Canadian Press Correspondent.i PiRhtinp a battle is as mm!) a * ou- signallers are the ears of the scneial Maff. A good illustration is furnished by the re cord ef operation established by the Canadian Sign it Service on Sunday. Sept. 10, when preparations were completed for the assault next moraine on the famous Queant-Droeouvt line On that day. 7811 telegraph mc.-*sas;ns with flank troectians; vi.-nal d^nailiti� sect ion-; j 'air line section*-; cable >'c� ion -; \ : tthese cables have to hi- bid six i'e. t ! under g'.'oiii.d in the >helled area)*, motorcycle dispatch rider tinn**; liortiible electric lifchi and a'cuinnla tor -tectum: pigeon -ervice and nr.1--- en^e." d�K service. The work of a dUpateh rider, especially in the winter or in the forward area, i- extremely dit'ficuU and hazardoiis "ti arctiunt of had ro.u!-and -iiell .'ir'' Iniritt^ the ree�-ut battles, tae flond.- of du from ai'.ol to foot. When an advance made over a ueiirh sy-tt>m. whore roads have been obhu-rate'ii. u becomes necesfiry to attach mounted men to the M�nal companies to assist in fh" deHvvry of dispatches. There is a "iarpe >taff of telegrapli [operators both on tne land and wireless services and tio.^e liave been recruited from the pick of the profession In Canada, from (he news affein-y ! staff, the telegraph companies and ' iiroker office". They cany on" under ver> difficult contiittotis, fully exposed to shell tire and nisht bomb-j inn raids. Kven more hazardous is the work of the cnble linemen, who ! construct and repair wires under fire . and these -uttrr many casualties. i T(u- nie*\senKer ilo�d FAC* - fit. .;;; ^liOTOB . EQUIPMENT M�cKAY k MtcKAY WS Ird Ave, 8, Ulhbrld�* t ni�� if02 Ni>��r Closed "THE WAR AND CAN ADA'S PART At K nox Church TONIGHT AT EIGHT O'CLOCK Mr. Howell waH one'of Canada's representatives at the Imperial Conference and visited the war front. GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 1Hh Street S. Phont 1481 Prompt and Reliable Work Don* at Rcanon. able Prices. QUAL �1 TY GOODS This bu^inc**s has been built up on quality and v,e are now more firmly convinced than ever that'our policy ban been the riRht one. Our .Mr. N. ;t. (Jood has jn-i returned from a t�wi> months' auto trip to the Pacific Cr-a-tt and while away he looked into method** that others use of doiiu; business and found *>hat our mt thod ban heen the b'^t that possibly could be adceiteii. llerea'ter as before you will always ii.u! QUALITY COMBINED WITH THE LOWEST FOSSIBLC PHICE prevailing at this store. OUR CASH 3YQTEM ntth ,-tti extra chargi1 for de|ivrrimr where delivering is heini; done also (lie system that In belli:; at|i>p!ed in a >;reat many places ami is proving ;i MONEY SAVER t(t the ptihlie. �W\*cnually you will be dealing here. Why not now? Ottober t'alalomies are now ready. Oct. one, CONCORD GRAPES NEXT WEEK, WATCH THIS SPACE FOR PARTICULARS. THE GOOD CO. LIMITED '� Tin, Enamel and High-Class Cash Grocers CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 8-599 Phone 525 ECALLED? Ottawa. Oct, 5.-The Ottawa Citi --n today says: "Tne cable dispatches from overseas Indicating heavy losses amcng the Canadian forces are likely to cause renewed consideration as to having reinforce me "t3. The classes called no under the amended Mil- � itary Service act have pretty well tone overseas and if more are needed an additional call seems in prospect. The government has come to^'no decision yet whether to call up the second class, abolish more exemptions or summon the 25,000 who have attained 20 years of age recently. The last mentioned course is regarded in some quarters as more probable, but it is unlikely that they alone wilt be taken. Harry Lauder "Vocalets" DINNA CHEW IT! SOOK IT! The Little Feilow Th-\t Keeps My Voice and Throat Good and 25c a box CrannJe made the sweeties fir-it, she showed my Mlther how; and believe me my hrlth-ers and 1 never had suir throats. If you speak or Miik Vour voice will ri:u; Uy ti^iuK Lauder's "Vocaleti ' Mr. Lauder says. + Do ye Ken yon souk "-Mary o' At'Kyl"" ' TWas lav voice niv gentle Mary" And A:u::e Laurie "ijt-r voice was low and sweet" Las4e* -" Vuealeis" make the vu!c�\ Harry says: I smoke a' day Hut gae me a *'VoMic"-' Christmas par- ! ! eels. j G.W.V.A. Meeting. ! : The executive cointuit tec will meet . In the seeri'tary's oft'i'-e at s p. m � Monday. October 7th. Aluminum at very reasonable Prices All the befler grades of Kitchen Ware now hero to help tho careful housewife, with her cookitiR duties. Pota, pans, lectales, cui>fi# doubts* boilers, and otluM- staple and new devises in tin. enamel and aluminum, nt the low prices .we quote will he appreciated by thoso who are In need of �uch wares. \ AVe have a full line from which you can chooRO-each article of the highest quality and guaranteed for Iouk wear. For a short time only we are offering u muccIiiI discount of 10rc to cash buyers �u liamc^, stove." and Uone if you arc interested. CONSUMERS' HARDWARE Co. 120 FIFTH STREET SOUTH PHONE 1212 i Invalided Soldier .1. M Ntlicks, L-thhrjiiKe. If, C. Twi^t. JMncher Creek; V. V. Moore. N'atvton. :�r^ in a party of invalided sohlier- who will reach C^lKary ou Monday. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Succetton to Jackion & Co. Telephones 3S5 and 1232 Sherlock Building Thanke Performers, 'I'lje bo.,j-.l of Tnan.O'eTlH I,l uf -J,.'  m: l-e   of (Lilf . Lib;\ir\ with to Miauk all th'-e who took pan in ilo- proKramuit- o: tlie sorhii (odd on Monday evening la-.t Sept. aoth. Labor Mass Meeting. A ;e..- meeiinc of inc new ly-iotin-d Civic K:nplo\ Cn,.)*i \, H i,.. ],;,! in r,he I..ibor IrtU tot.iitirou 'Sundav� ,iCe�jjco;i. iff three nV'iii k. tlu*ine:.�. : (otnpletio!) o;' orLMuizat;"*!. *decttou of Ulfp CVS, eft TIE ELECTION ACI J Tocina. Oct. ~i  !"i;rainlatiH nf south-1  r;j Albert i and Sa;*hah hew an are! ^lartitn: a movement for the reces dem J of the War Times Kl*-rtfon act ;is ap-j plied to the dmfmnchiHemenr of t*k-| i.ilntati^. In return, tlo-y arc oiferinR! i>> d'� non-eouibat;tnt win k at sntdb*r ' pty ami to take a Mi ire m the .\.irj in other *,\ay;- Memhers ftf the fc/bral parliament |.:re heln*. ea�Va�S�'d l�v tep'i;ratus | rom | .P.ire.-n Mw^iid !>, i;i.m.i;'b- l'.".. Tr.msp.it Mt:-m Major Cowan. M.I'..' follows: i ;~ v.!- i M5jv'e-t�-d il.mii.' Xnu-j a| CknUniati a.;-m-iati-ri � were ; .'dial" In \� ar. Their hi -hop,' ml ' tu.mI- I i"o ;a'�- .m 1 . d.--.si. d that  t rie-.f-� favorabj.'. �will be tsMued shortly, accordlnfT to the ihidapoat newspaper Azent. "The memherrt.of the Czech nation fear neither prison^ nor death." Hay>y all made their j wills and Kelt led (heir material nN ; fair*-* and tlu� Independence of Hohctii' ; ta I v vlrttiitllv admired. *, "All preparations have been nmdo for tin* oroi lamation for the Independ* enee of Doheiula. Kvery portfolio has been UNirlbuted. and the atnte, pro* !tratn in read>. while Czech money i$ \ eiiculatin-; privately/* I Xma� Parcels. i i'o-t ina *. - Sar,.:�'!il , - cj : e, of a .!'".' er H in the I' �-111.. i - (one;-.,!, t  �:: aril tin: t lie u.atiai- t };;; ,;nja - >pa:*e!- [t. h�o ^ o.e;,, .. Su\;>..- Shop Closes Saturday Night at 9.00 o'clock Weatbrook Bros, Opposite Bank mf Menlr��i ^V]nnIpe^.^ - b^ver tor lieervaher. Harb'y c'.oed 1 \e ItlKlicr f".* t�c?o-her and !..c hik'li*-:' :'or ;>c* � .eber. Klax elc-ed luwer ;'"r O- tober. all pa i li.-i be ui.! s'ct. ... i'ee, , , Maries Net. ... 1 lec. Oct. ... Nov. Wee. Or,. C.o*. > - * 4 t * * * * * i t * i 1 t # # + � * + t * * a * * # t.l:,' i FRANCE IN SEPT Am -tejilum. th t, ',. 'J'Jje pro. lanur t!nn of tiie indi'pemleijc'* of r.ulotuia C0ULTRY Phone 492 Th� Afb�:ta Mtat Market Canada Food Board L!c�nt* Number 8-2S69D. i 4 i # + 4 Can Price* t \0 . l'v,i\ Xo I C. \\\ c. No, C W :; C lOxtra No 1 l*V� No. i ree.i.. Ilarlev � No. C. \V. Vd': Max - No. 1 V U c......... Calgary Cattle ; Calfiary, Oct. 5--Cattle ucie pi'tty ; well cleaned up >oMerday at the yards and only a f' w load > cam-' in t aday. l*rlce� rub" � 'S Jterday. Top beef making JlJ'aj; fat toeHer� were .-teady ,t to m ,� /e'derv lirin^inK fn.ni ** :>�', tn *|o >% Sheep were dow n Webber* hrmn.'h> L'J.'KJ; I'Wt-. ^K'et. whip. rauK'-d around $11 en), IIc^-� wer-steady at $!'.�.rA ia'teloa K ' *. Or fh- niMff th.ai ! MHt.iti'.i Aaift icitf * 'J'o tU-Dfc til" ra!'"t> of Uii , i-itta teaajs (.;: S-'ptendier. :'.U.21f* Amciiati iro..p-. I.ntjo Cnu.d States b'.u- Ja � k t  t: . a ad ."�,iina C all at I i an f 11 �;,|. � ware biotit-iif a* motirb with '�*>'�) ! i.nvai-', in' K"p[,-ji;b'achin^ f-'iance Vioin l iie Cnlteil Stat erf last i.Uf itilb ] llUrnhe; .. 7:t. ' The Ii.-um-;. lndp to empijuflize .vhat ' \h\i\y falized more tally p'-i" and donbth--,l\ in to-rnainy al:o. the .-- oj�"> \ Kchoof on Frida> .-v.-nini?. Oc 11. at j e!?,ht i;*f!�vk )'i aid oi � orufurts fo; i the boys ut the riotit. (View 7.V ea-Ii, | Turkeys to be r.iMb-ii. i,i j Itally day will be. veb bi-.'tvd i.t tlu Christian ebureb. by the presentation of a Sunday School 1'a^eant, on Sunday evening, in tilt- pUn e at the regular hervioe.-:. AmonK other interesting features will be Paul'** de fep.ie before Agrippa in eoHtuiae. We will clo e with a short service in honor of our boys at the front. USED TIRES EXCHANGED FOR NEW LETHBRIDGE AUTO WRECKING COMPANY FOURTH AVENUE (NEXT DODGE OARAOE) t i r i Fine Spudi. Two fine specimen of the Morgan , 1 Uorte potatoes were, hfteded iu to the , The Twentieth Century Book Store IS FULL OF NOVELTIES- RESIDES MODERN FICTION. REPRINTS, POETS, OXFORD BIBLES AND METHODIST, ENGLISH CHURCH HYMN BOOKS WE HAVE DOLLS, LEATHER, IVORY, EBONY GOODS, WRITING MATtR IAL IN GREAT VARIETY. 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONI ttft , . . , ( Quaker Bread Always Has a Sweet Flavor Quaker Bread has always been noted for its swest, natty wholesom-l , flavor. The be�t of ingredienU folly mixed, carefully handled, properly baked and delivered clean it what helps to give It that flavor 60 much appreciated by our customers. You ghould be a customer of ours and terve the, extra fine bread on your Uble three tlme& a day. Never any waste witii Quaker Bread. John Gilmore, Limited, Bakers. C.ANAtfA FOOD BOARD U/IENSE NUMBER 5-87� Office Equipment Stenographer's Note SooM..................pr 100 Typewriter Carbon........................ $2.00 to WW per ben Typewriter Rlbbona .......................... 76o and $1*00 each Second Sheets .........................$1.25 ana $1.W ^er 1,000 EVCRYTHING FOR THE OFFICE EVER ALL & FRANKS Slnnet Block Car. 4th Ave. enal 5th St -i A ;