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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR/ 964 11th 8treet , Phone 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work'Don* at Reasonable Prices. ;,_" Fresh Oysters Just Arrived Dill Pickles DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food Board License Number 9-*-2664 WHEN YOU CONSERVE YOU SERVE; BUT WHEN YOU BUY, BUY WISELY NEW COLUMBIA RECORDS For October ~~ JUST TO HAND. COME IN AND LOOK TVlEM OVER. ---�-r- THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. \ Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 14*7 3.35 APPLES ARE NOW ARRIVING IN SPLENDID CONDITION AN& WE HAVE THE FOLLOWING AT: KING'S. Wrapped, excellent stock, 'in t\ei I No. 1 MclNTOSH REDS,/- per case...............'..............| per case ......................... � No. 1 MclNTOSH REDS, O OA ' in log boxes............:..........A.i���*>U CoVlCORD GRAPES TO ARRIVE IN LARGE QUANTITIES THIS WEEK. THE GOOD CO. LIMITED High-Class Cash Grocers canada food board license number 8-599 - Phone 525 EMPLOYED BY THE-CP R !N SHEDS HERE Brought from Calgary-Trans-,-; portation Soon Normal but Strikers Are Confident. No new developments are reported today in the_freight handlers' strike. Thecompany is following the plan of ignoring the men, who, they state, left the company's employ without just MARKETS men were secured for the local freight offices and sheds todav. Interest at present centres round possible developments should other unions take up the fight of the freight handlers. At Edmonton the Trades i Council has voted in favor of a sym- j pathetic strike. A meeting of the lo-|0c^"bgr ...............7si% December ..............77% Winnipeg. Oct. S.--The market was dull and featureless with little demand. Oats closed Vie higher for October and unchanged for December. Barley closed unchanged for October and Vzc higher for December. Flax closed 7c lower for Octobers 6%c lower for November and ff^c lower tor December. Winnipeg Market. Oats- Open cal trades council will be held here on Wednesday evening when it is possible the matter will be discussed. There is a certain amount of feeling among union men against the company's action in bringing in "strike breakers." though the unions id other trades are; likely to await the action j.December of the railway brotherhoods before % they take action. The^mbargo on the local freight sheds has not' been lifted though four way cars were "loaded out yesterday and eight are being loaded today. By Barley- October ................99% November .............101% Flax-October...............362 November ;............352 .........'.. .344 Cash Prices. Close 7G% 99 101 355 346 33S I Oats- (No. 2 C.W...S2 C.W...78% j Extra 1 Feed.....................7S% i.No. 1 Feed, 76% No. 2 Feed, 73% ! Barley- Thursday it-iSjexpected the sheds will No. 3 C.W...99 No. 4 C.W.. be normal once more, A number -of women Rejected truckers are Feed cause, anduheir places are being- fill-! busy in the sheds, and' company, offi- j Flax ed-as rapidly as possible. Four new WOMEN Suffering from .-^lassitude, low spirits and loss of appetite will find renewed strength, brighter looks, better health and clearer complexionsby using Beecham's Pills. They give vyou the very help you need* and are a natural aid to the stomach, liver, bowels and blood. Gentle and positive in action; without any disa-, greeable >after-effects-Use mam Upius are worth a \ guinea a box imumtmmn. lako�,bcnte. .94 .90 ..9,0 .360 No. 1 N.W.C......... Calgary Cattle.-Calgary. Oct. 8.-The^Cattle market was, a little brisker-today tha^n yesterday when practically nothing was sold except eanuers and a few stockers. Beef steers sold at $12.50; fat cows, ?7.75 to $8. There were no hogs on sale, but dealers; quote $19.50, weighed off cars for selects. i This Shop is Known for %Good Work and Cleanliness. Westbrook Bros, / Opposite Bank of Montreal cials declare they are carrying on in a very satisfactory manner. i"Stand Firm," Say Men. v "Stand firm" was the unanimous resolution... ,at the meeting of the freight shed employees last night. The following statement made by Pre-sidentXeweilyn is typical of the spirit of whole. "We are confident of the final issue and are not the least downhearted. Let 'Stand Firm' be our watchword, we have 40,000 men behind us." I The strike has now effected the following points:- Fort William, Fort Arthur, Moose Jaw, Regina, Brandou, Medicine Hat, DunmorS, Lethbridge. McLeod, Calgary. Vancouver, and at Crows-Nest theVnen Who do not even belong to the union are out in sym- J , pathy with the cause. According to the meeting, the state- The Veterans' concert in the Majes-nient in last night's issue made by the tic theatre, under the direction of -Mr. j C.P.R. that there are fifteen men work- Leo M. Coombs augurs \sell for the ing at the freight sheds is untrue.' coming series of concerts if they arc There are seven women and three .'a!' equally,as good as this one. "O men; air imported from Calgafy. ! Canada." ''independentia,-" ''Manoa", ~-__-- | and-the "Honeymoon," by the city iXTXTniiMnmnnvrr (band under the direction of Mr. J. , , ANNOUNCEMENT ! George Harper were. extremely well '------ j rendered. A marked improvement was noticed in the work done ay this Fall Protection For Your Complexion Autumn complexions are apt to take on the hue of autumn unless they^ arc properly protected with NYAL'S FACE CREAM This is a dainty preparation which keeps the skin from drying, chapping and roughening even in the most trying weather. Keep a jar of it on hand and guard y#ur complexion against the attacks of changing weather. Price, 35c the jar CITY AND DISTRICT _ v THE RED CROSS DRUG & B00KC0., LTD. 8ueeeasora to Jackson & Co. Telephones 555 and 1232 Sherlock Building Called to Halifax Mr. J. N." Ritchie has been called to 4 Halifax on account of the serious illness of his sister there. V. � Lieut. Scholey Wounded lUailejl casualty lists today contained the name o� Lieut. F. B. Scholey, of the Kilties who has peen wounded. Red Shield Pledges Red "-Shield campaign pledges were all due on Qct. ], and may he paid to the adjutant at the Salvation Army citadel. Before You go Gunning See Our   Line of HUNTING A DELAYED SHIPMENT OF HUNTIMG COATS, CAPS AND WADERS (CURRIE'S MAKE) JUST TO HAND, ALSO A FEW THOUSAND AMERICAN MADE SHELLS, ROS8 SPORTtNG, SAVAGE, REMINGTON AND WINCHESTER RIFLES, FOX AND ITHICA AND ONE ONLY REMINGTON PUMP GUN. M08T OF THESE LINTS CANNOT BE DUPLICATED AT ANY PRICE. BETTER SEE WHAT WE HAVE AND LET US QUOTE PRICES. i Consumers' Hardware and Supply Company 120 FIFTH STREET SOUTH PHONE 1212 Court Unity, A. O. F. The aoove Court of Foresters will hold their regular monthly meeting in St. Mary's ha!! tonight at oight o'clock. First Aid Classes. Chief Hardy will resume his first aid classes on Wednesday night ~at 7:30 in the Y.M.C.A. All those who wish to take this are asked to be present at this meeting. FINE CONCERT IN III k SERIES The Daughters and Maids of England will-hold a whist drive and dance in the S. O. E. hall on Wednesday, October 9th, cc-^mmencing at 8.15 p.m. Needs' orchestra in attendance. 252-2 Big dance, Monday, October 14th, in Raymond opera house; good music; four piece orchestra; three pumpkin pies served to all. .252-6 Don't forget the big dance at Burg-man's hall, Wednesday, October 9th; dancing from 9 t,o 1; four piece orchestra; admission: gents 75c and ladies free. 252-3 organization. Lethbridge now has a band she can be proud of. -� * In referring to Mrs. Kennedy's rendition of,Jhe "Summer Wind," "God Send You Back to Me',", and "Happy Days," it is unnecessary to make any comtnent as her work is always par excellence. Mr. Jan Russel neatly supplied the finishing touches in his violin obligato to Mrs.' Kennedy's "Happy Days." Mr. Coombs performed in his usual brilliant style in his accompaniments at the piano. Miss Bessie Lov-eriug promises to be Letlvbridge's Catherine Goodson. In her "Dollies' I Dream and Awakening" she had the l/udience captivated. Her exnression The Sorossis Society ,is holding �, and fl technique were marked ^C.^!US�?Lanld_a,^?aA,1?5r^0p^! features "The Golden Sunset." her encore number, was one of her own NOW IN STOCK GLUTEN-FEED 100 LB. SACKS GREATEST MILK PRODUCER F. O.HYDE & CO. PHONE 1244 LETH BRIDGE school on Friday evening, Oct. 11, at six o'clock in aid of comforts for the boys at the front. Price 75c each. Turkeys to be raffled. 253-y II "God Bless the Duke of Argyle" A facetious "Sammy," after a course in the v front line trenches, remarked: ""'"Nov I know why 'Napoleon always stood with his right hand inside his shirt." -, If Napoleon had only known of HIGINBOTHAM'S "TRENCH" POWDER (The friend of the men in the Trenches or in the Threshing gang. Kills head lice, crab lice, or body lice within ten minutes of application.) ,-; his famous pose would have been rendered unnecessary. Lumber Jacks and Threshermen can "keep their hands out of their shirts" by a sprinkle of "Trench Powder." See that a package is placed in the "Overseas Christmas Kit" Car the bojs. It helps jtf lot. Ukrainian Meeting. The meeting of the Ukrainians here on Saturday evening had to do with the campaign among them for the recession of the War Time Election Act so far as it applies to them. ~" The Hewitt's Hit Again Word was received by Mrs. R. W. Hewitt that her husband Private Robert William Hewitt, infantry, officially reported wounded on September 29, gunshot wound, and right thigh f ract ured, has been admitted to No. 8, Sta tionary Hospital, Winereux. aforementioned vehicles crashed into the morning session was that: of Mun-each other. The damage to' the Bay roe vs. Richardson where judgment car was slight whilst Holbertson's sus- and costs were awarded the plaintiff. tained a broken steering gear smashed headlights.. and Red Cross Donations The lion, treas., Red Cross society acknowledges with thanks the following donations: Sorossis Society, per Mrs. 'Glaspcy, $25.00; Pioneer Lumber' Co., Milk River, per Mrs. R. B. Smith, hon. sec Milk River Red Cross Society, ?50,.00; Foremost Red Crdss Society,. per^Mrs. Nora.Carring-ton, hon. sec 175.00; Mrs. Wm. Mc-Clurc, prize money at Stampede, $2. L'oyal Order of Moose Lethbridge Lodge, No. 792. You ar�! expected to be present at the meeting of the Lodge to be" held at Moose Hall, Tuesday evening 8.00 o'clock. October Sth, 1918. A matter of the greatest , importance to our brothers.! at the front will be taken up. Every good Moose will be there. Let's go! * 35c ]. D. HiginWham & Co �. Limited . *Aliert*'t Plantar' Druea's**" Whslosals and Retail Cherr.lata. . Phones 1515 and 322 Protest, From Next-of-Kin. Mrs. Thos. Longworth, president of th6 Great War Next-of-Kin, desires the Herald to state that the local branch of that organization is not in accord with the C.P.R. action in us-  ing women to replace the striking j freight handlers. J Trades and Labor Council The regular fortnightly meeting of the Trades Council will be held in the^ (Labor Hall tomorrow (Wednesday)'at i eight o'clock. It is hoped the delegated J will turn out in force, as the officers ! are looking for a revival of trade unionism in this city. The executive of 'the. newly-formed Civic Employees LUnion will also be in attendance. __/ Auto Smashup. A head-on collision between a Hud-sons' Bay van and a Ford car driven ] by W. H. Holberton occurred last night about six o'clock at the intcr-!section of 4th Ave. and Gth St. "if I appears that both cars were proceed-! ing on the proper side of the intersec-i tion post when a large car shot, up ' Gth heading north. The driver swung ; around the wrong side of the post and then disappeared at a rapid speed. In trying to avoid hitting him the two Accepts Call to Baptist Church, Rev. F. W. Dafoe, a well known Baptist minister, prominent in the work of the church in Western Canada lias accepted a call to the pastorate of the Baptist church and has already assumed chargfe of the work. Prior to coming herg...Mr. Dafoe was pastor of Hillhurstr Baptist church, Calgary. Previously he had labored with success in Winnipeg and Edmonton. District Court opened this morning with His Honor Judge Jackson presiding. The docket is as follows: Small Debt: Grahams vs. Lewis, Walters vs. Roe et al., Munroe vs. Richardson. ' , ^ Large Debt: Armstrong vs. WAg-ner, Westergreen vs. Welch; Mehew vs. Allred, Dean vs. Aasinaboia Music Co., Stead vs..CJ5.R.rKessler et al vs. Page, Turner vs. Twedt. The only case to be disposed of at All the other .cases with Iho exception Mehew vs. Allred, were adjourned. THE'CANADIAN SAfcTCO. .VIII I IIIIUWWII lllllllp DOUBLE ITS BEAUTY Try ARLOW'S EAT ARKET This! Hair Gets Thick, Wavy and Beautiful i at Ones'. Glossy, Immediate?-Yes! Certain?-that'i Phone 796 1110 Sixth Avenue S. CANAOA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER* 9-6330 r; UNDERTAKING We are selling our : entire "stock at" lower prices. Call and see us. Our HOME MADE and FACTORY GOODS to sell, at 15% Hi. ' MOTOR EQUIPMENT MacKAY & MacKAY 803 3rd Ave. S., Lethbridge ffhjane 1803 _ _Nover Closed composition, demonstrating that she has marked musical ability. In the ladies' chorus "God be with our boys tonight," were heard some excellent voices. Occasion arises when even | the bravest hearts quail before so vast j an audience and we of/er this as the reason for the ripple on the otherwise calm waters. We hope to hear these singers again, for we recognize in them singers of ability. The murmurs of applause from the audience was sufficient criterion as to the work of Miss Bernice Blake in "The Union'Jack" and the Troop j Train." | Miss Bessie Hazell in her songs de-i lighted the assembly in her usual  . ,, . j manner. Her singing of "Somewhere the joy of it. lour hair becomer, a Voice is Calling," merited the ap-Ught, wavy, fluffy, abundant and ap! p]ause received. Mrs. Xeison accom. pears as soft, lustrous and beautiful i panietl Mlss Haze, at the . as a young girl s after-a Danderm* A colIoction ot ?85>o6 was nol ,v ^"clot^tn- fu^VandV^ carefully draw it through your hair, i glV611 b.r he, slf �f tlle, aud'ence pre-taking one small strand at a time! Isent- � is!,�,be hoPed tnat a better This will cleanse the hair of dust, dirt! response will be ;na�e with the next or excessive oil, and in just, a tew mo-;,)f tlle W!nter series-(Contributed), ments you have doubled the beauty of your hair. A delightful surprise awaits those whose hair has been neglected or is scraggy, faded, dry, brittle or thin Besides beautifying the hair, Dander ine dissolves every particle of dandruff; cleanses, purifies and invigor ates the scalp, forever stopping, itching and falling hair, "but what willx please yoii most will be after a few weeks' use. when you see new hair-fine and downy "at first-yes-but really newj hair growing all over the scalp, if you care for pretty, soft hair, and lots of it,�. surely get a small bottle of Knowlton's Danderine from any drug store or toilet counter for a few cents. -Advertisement, Infantry Officers Killed.. Ottawa, Oct. 8.-The ' following western men and officers were included in today's casualty list: Infantry-Killed in action: Lieut.. D. H. Fielder, Victoria; Lieut. W. IS. Brown..Toronto;' Lieut. J. R. Brown, Lady-smith, B.C.; Lieut. R. W. Pryce, Errington, B.C.; Lieut. W. Proudfoot, Toronto. Died of wounds: Capt. E. A. Boyle, England. Prisoner ' of war: 'Capt. P. R. White, Ottawa. Diseased Skin Freedom at once front the agony of skin' disease. The soothlME wash Of oils. Try D.D.D.-its different.-J. D. Higinbotham & Co..' Ltd., druggists, Lethbrjdgo.-Advertisement. XXXJLI3. Children Love  Cascarets-10c Candy cathartic is harmless to tender stomach, liver and bowels \ Your' child is bilious, constipated a�d sick. Its .Jtttle tongue is coated, breath is bad and stomach sour. Get a 10-cent box of Cascaretigtand straighten the youngster* viWR up. Children love, this harmless Teandy cathartic and it cleanses the'little liver and'thirty feet of bowels without griping. Cascarets contain no calomel and can be depended upon1 -to move the sour bile and poison right out of the bowels. Best family cathartic because'It never cramps or sickens like other things.-Advertisement. " A Well Baked Loaf-QUAKER BREAD Bread.with substitutes in require very thorough baking. The substitute^ hold the moisture and if the loaf is jiot thoroughly baked it will be doughy and remain clammy no matter /how~old ,lt -gets. We are keeping ouc oven cooler and leaving the bread In the oven longer.: That's what helps to make Quaker Bread a better loaf. Why waste good Ingredients experimenting Madam. Use Quaker Bread and save your materials grid strength? LIKE ELECTRIC BUnONJN TOES Tells Why a Corn is So Painful and Says Cutting Makes  Them Grow. Press au electric button and you form a contafct with a live wire which rings the bell. When your shoes press . against your corn it pushes its sharp roots dewwn upon a sensitive nerve and you get a shock of pain. Instead of trimming your corns, which merely makes them grow, just step Into any drug store and ask- for a ciuarter of an ounce of freezone. This will cost very little but is sufficient to remove erery hard or soff corn or callus from one's feet. A""feW drops applied directly upon a tender, aching corn stops the soreness instantly, and soon the corn shrivels up so it lifts right out, root and all, without pain. This drug never inflames or even irritataajjie surrounding tissue or skin.'-Advertisement. Ford Garage 3rd Ave. S.' Phone 633 -1 Chevrolet Touring'Car, first class condition, new tlrts. 1 Ford Truck, In Al running order. V The above cars are for sale cheap, so act quick and get a bargain.' ' 252:0 FOR QUALITY MEATS AND SERVICE Phone 492 Phone Orders Receive Special Attention. R. COULTRY Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market Canada Food Board License Number 8-28698. .........- --......-, .< A The Twentieth Century Book Store -IS FULL OF NOVELTIES- BESIDES . MODERN FICTION, REPRINT8, POETS, OXFORD BIBLES AND METHODIST, ENGLISH CHURCH HYMN BOOKS WE HAVE ; DOLLS, LEATHER, IVORY, EBONY GOOD8, WRITING MATER. IAL IN GREAT VARIETY. 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 I John Gilmore, Limited, Bakers CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 5-879 Office Equipment and Stationery - Stenographers Note Books .........................' ' pe*'10c Typewriter Carbon........................ $2.00 to $3.60 per box Typewriter Ribbons ..........................76c and_$1.00 each , Second Sheets.......................v $1.26 and $1.50 per 1,000 EVERYTHING FORiTHE OPFICE EVER ALL & FRANKS Sinnot Block Cor. 4th AveV.and 5th St. 61 ;