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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta , NO30HEIMER PIANOS RDISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. '-'Everything Musical" S15 6th StreetSouth Phone 1545 DAILY HERALD 1 i J GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th Street S. Phone 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Reasonable Prices. Fresh Oysters Just Arrived - - Dill Pic ____es DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel phone 452 Canada Food*Board License Number 9-2664 PRESERVING FRUIT ALMOST DONE FOR NEW COLUMBIA RECORDS For October JUST TO HAND. COME IN AND LOOK THEM OVER- THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. &&z**S&f* Store -NEXT DALLAS HOTEL ^ PHONE 14�7 THE FOLLOWING IS WHAT W DAYS. MOST LINES WILL APPLES. We have a shipment of at ririht prices. MclNTOSH1 RED, Economy Crates quality, extra value, per crate WEALTHY, orchard run, good crate ......................... KING. No. 2, but equal to any No. in color, extra value, per case . CONCORD GRAPES, shipment to morrow morning, per basket .. E HAVE TO OFFER NOW AND WE EXPECT IN ANOTHER FEW BE CLEANED O very -fine stock , orchard run .. .-------- 2.30 stock, per �V  1, except arrive to- 2.30 2.65 .63 UT. ORDER YOUR REQUIREMENTS NOW. PEARS. Winter Nellis, considered*;) good pre-kZi ving. pear, per case, .................. 3.85 f'sr small basket ...........................65 EEAURRE D'ANJOU, an exceptionally good, one for preserving, per case ............. 4.40 HYSLOP CRAB APPLES, per large case ... 2.70 GREEN TOMATOES, per case ____ ....... 1.40 GREEN TOMATOES, per pound..............04 THE GOOD CO. LIMITED High-Class Cash Grocers CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 8-599 Phone 525 ms t new bomb plane! from one family Winnipeg, Oct. 9.-The cash mar-j kets were quiet today with no demand, i Oats closed l'jc lower tor October ! and iMgc lower for December. | Barley closed lsjtc lower for Oeto-j ber and l%c lower for December. I Flax closed �llc lower for October:! ;V lev er for November and loc lower J for "December.  i j Winnipeg Markets J Shoe's Capacity of New Air Monster for Use Against the Huns. Paris. Oct. 9.-One of the new large allied bombing planes, in order to de-1 monstrate its carrying capacity, has brought from London to Paris a full sized piano. The machine landed in Paris safely; after its flight across the English channel. The airplane is capable of carrying six persons aad.much bombing explosives. When this weight js measured in pounds, however, it is not readily comprehended and it was determined to bring over a piano as clear evidence of the machine's capacity. Pte. Norman Robison Follows Brother Killed a Year Ago. This Shop is Known for Good Work and Cleanliness. Westbrook Bros, Oppoilte Bank of Montreal - now in stock GLUTEN-FEED 100 LB. sacks greatest milk producer F. 0. HY1)E & CO. phone 1244 lethbridge M ARLOW'S EAT ARKET Phone 796  1110 Sixth Avenue S. CANADA' FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 9-6330 UNDERTAKING We are selling our entire stock at lower prices. Call and gee us. Our HOME MADE and FACTORY GOODS to sell at 15% tit. MOTOR EQUIPMENT MacKAY & MacKAY 5 803 3rd Ave. S.. Lethbridge 2s 803 Phone 1802 Lethbridge N'over Closed War has claimed a second son df Mr. a, 101 Close 74SS 99}i 3:,1 ;:44 344 1 Cash Prices I Oats- \  j Xo. C. W S05s 'Xo. 3 C. W 1 Extra Xo. 1 Feed Xo. 1 Feed. Xo. 2 Feed. Barley- .. Xo. 3 C. W. 97-"s Xo. 4 C. W 9-Vs Rejected Feed 88% Flax- No. 1 X. W. v. .. 339- Black Filtrate "Lede W. Stockmen and Ranchers will be glad to know that we now have a stock of this valuable preventative for Blackleg. We have them in different Package of 10 Doses ..... $2.00 CITY AND DISTRICT I Poultry Stiow. ! The poultry show will bo held on !-Oecemb_er 10-1.",. and the city council ! luis made the usual grant of $1S0. Little Change In Strike. " Little, change' in the. local freight handlers' strike is reported today. The places of 21 strikers have been filled, the C.P.R. reports. Before You go Gunning Bee Our . . Line of GOODS Package of 50 Doses Package of 100 Doses Syringes, each ....... . $8.00 $15.00 . $5.00 must not slacken over peace talk Calgary Cattle Calgary, Oct. p.-r-The market for cattle was weaker todajv^ll.50 being about the limit fo,:.good beef; cows, $7.50 to $7.75; stockers. ?7.50l Hogs: None on the market, but dealers still quoting S19.50 weighed off cars. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK C0M LTD. Successors to Jackson 4. Co, Telephones 655 and 1232 Sherlock Building ' * Attonding ConventioYi. Commissioners Meech and Freeman aro attending the convention of the Union of Alberta Municipalities at Medicine Hat today ami tomorrow. Presumed Dead. Pte. Arthur Jensen, taken on th A DELAYED SHIPMENT OF HUNTING COATS, CAP8, AND WADERS* (CURRIE'S MAKE) JUST TO HAND, ALSO A FEW THOUSAND AMERICAN MADE SHELLS, ROSS 8PORTINO. SAVAGE; REMINGTON AND WINCHESTER RIFLES, FOX AND jTHICA AND ONE ONLY REMINGTON PUMP GUN. MOST OF THESE LINES' CANNOT BE DUPLICATED AT ANY PRICE. BETTER SEE WHAT WE HAVE AND LET US QUOTE PRICES. Consumers' Hardware and Supply Company 120 FIFTH STREET SOUTH PHOME 1212 Ao go to France with a draft of the P.P.C.1,.1. Pte. Cunningham was a native of- Edinburg, Scotland, where strength at Curdstonj next of kin. Illis Paints still live. He was ediicat iimso io>..n X\n.,., ;.. ,,,. ,.pf;..;,i led at George Watson's school, -after James Jensen. 'Aetna, is now officially reported presumed to have died. B. of T. Lunch Cancelled. {Owing to'Col. Beattie.'s lecture at the, Y.M.C.A. auditorium at noon Thursday, the regular weekly luncheon of the Board of Trade has been cancelled for this week. r theatre case ts The second offensive of the theatre war commenced this morning when Brown and Hudson appeared before Magistrate Irwin for their preliminary i hearing. . Hansen when cross-examined by the lawyer for the defense, W. S. Gray, admitted that as yet he had no agreement of sale to the Orpheum theatre property hut that the deal was pending. He had, he stated, already made an initial * payment. He also says that he did not instruct iiis Washingtpn, Oct. 9.-Talk of peace at this time is apt to paj-alyze the energies of soldiers and impair the usefulness and productivity of munitions workers, Sir Eric Gecldes, first lord of the British admiralty, said today, in discussing the German attempt to obtain an armistice.  ; ,Vatchman to use force in preventing 'We cannot win this war by talking j nn Pntrv peace," Sir Eric said. "To get us all talking of peace and the time when all arms will be grounded is just what Germany wants. Just imagine this kind of propaganda permeating a munitions faetory. Men working there suddenly weaken. They are told that peace is coming. They look at a great gun and say. 'Tnts will not be finished Tor three months and the war will be over in a few weeks," so what's the use of going ahead at such a pace.' " .--1-._ COMMANDS THE PIRATES Basel. Oct: 9.-Capt. Lockliu has been appointed chief of the submarine department of the German navy, according to advices reaching here. He succeeds Vice-Admiral Yon MaVn, the new secretary of the navy. s I. Great Dispersion Sale 40 RICHLY BRED REGISTERED SHORTHORN CATTLE j /Every female of breeding age .with a calf at side or in calf. 115 REGISTERED EWES 160 REGISTERED RAMS OXFORDS, SHROPSHIRES, HAMPSHI RES 650 HIGH GRADE YOUNG EWES and EWE LAMBS 20 SELECT REGISTERED YOUNG YORKSHIRE SOWS TO BE SOLD BY" AUCTION WITHOUT RESERVE AT SALE PAVILION, EXHIBITION GROUNDS, , LAC0MBE s # OCTOBER lfith, at 1.30 p.m. CATALOGUES ON DAY OF SALE PARADISE STOCK FARM, LACOMBE, ALBERTA G. H. Hutton, Owner' G. H. Garlick, Manager AUCTIONEERS-J. W. Durno, Calgary; C. F. Paisley, Lacombe an entry Bruce, the watchman who was ejected by Brown and Hudson testified that he was "violently thrown out by force." It came out that his feet never left the ground, but the witness explained that this was only on account of his own agility. ."After I had performed my duty," he said,- "we shook hands all around and parted good friends." , The night of the same day he w;ent to the theatre and entered a few feet behind the chief of police. He was thrown' out a second time, and stated this morning that this was done in the chief's presence. The latter haw- j ever is not being called upon to either j | corroborate or deny tile statement. Both the accused were remanded {for trial on a charge of forcible entry i and forcible detainer. ' i Bail .has been fixed at �500 each. of Eucalyptus Invaluable in_ Children's Colds and Coughs MAY BE SPRINKLED ON PILLOWS'AND GAUZE AND THUS ADMINISTERED WITHOUT OFFENSE TO OR KNOWLEDGE OF THE CHILD. WE HAVE A SELECT QUALITY IN ONE OUNCE'BOTTLES AT 25c Cents 1 D. Higiabotham k Co -- Limited " "ACiertft>t Pioneer Druggists" WhelVsati and Retail Chemist*. Phones 1515 and 322 Magrath Man Wounded. Word has, been received by the parents of. Leo Coleman of Magrath that he has been wounded in the left leg. Coleman enlisted from Magrath last February. His parents reside in that place. ed at George Watson's school, -afterwards at Edinburgh, University, and graduated from , Balliol College, Oxford. His only brother, Lieut.- Leslie Cunningham, is in France, on the headquarters staff R.K.A. Pte. Cunningham is well knowirin Claresholm district; and had many 'friends in Mac-leod and Granum. ~~ * Who Will Get It? The Ited Cross are arranging a big guessing contest to decide the winner of a monster pumpkin, donated by Supt. Fairfield at the Experimental farm. This will be a popular event, as Thanksgiving comes next Monday. Full details tomorrow. Nextof-Kin Whist Drive. A whist drive and dance will be held on Monday night at the Veterans Club by the Next-of-Kin Association. Froceeds to be used fos parcels for boys overseas. Please attend. Red Cross Donation. The hon.. treas. Red Cross society acknowledges with thanks the following donations: Thos. J. Lanier, June Victory Loan com., ?14.$0; proceeds of tea given by Mrs. Carnine, Mrs. Duncan, Mrs. Reeve and Mrs. Atkins, $29, per Mrs. Reeve, hon. sec. Xew Dayton Ladies' Aid. New School District. ( The followings lands, namely: Section 35, the west half of section SB and that portion of section 34 lying east of St. Mary's river in township 5 range 23; section 2, the west half of section 1 and those portions-of sections 3, 10 and 11 lying south and east I of the said river in township G range j 23 west of the fourth meridian, have been erected inter*a school district un-l der the name of The St. Mary's School ^District 'No. 3721 of the province of 'Alberta. Senior trustee, L. E. Pharis. Magrath. AT STARLAND A prize- ffghter_ whose sole conversational asset >is the, terse phrase "Let's Go;" a chorus girl; a millionaire's son; a domineering old valet: these and many others make up the amusing cast of Charles Ray's newest Paramount picture "The Family Skeleton." which is to bo shown at Starland tonight and tomorrow. Sylvia Bremer playB the leading feminine role in support of Mr. Ray while clever Billy Elmer is the ex-prize fighter." Other pKfyers in the cast, are Andrew* Arbuckle, Otto Hoffman and Jack Dyer. Under the personal supervision of -Thomas H. luce himself, Victor' L. Schertzinger directed the entire production. Thisj with the latest Allied "V^ar Gazette and a two-' reel Keystone" comedy constitutes an excellent>mid-week' program.^ sion of George Broadhurst's absorbing play of the same name, which is to be seen at the Empress this w9e]t-I end, is considered one of the leading actors of., the American, stage. ^ Florence Reed needs no introduction to the lovers of the silent art or of the spoken drama* as sho has long been a favorite with boEh. . With her clevor work, assisted by tht extraordinary company which -surrounds - her, the pulsa'ting, throbbing, surging torrent of emotions found in George BroadhurBt'* famou* Btage play. "Today," became the most potent drama on the screen. ^ It tells the story of a woman. .\ woman, who is discontent, selfish; whose false pride carried her just inside tHo perfumed ring of folly, who finally comes to the auction block of "Today'V where she sells^her soul for the trinkets of man. It is the old, old story.of the love, of a tvoman that places; dreSB above everything elfe and jvhcijia.,y:UUng, tb go to any extremef'to satisfy' her'dS! sire^ and it is told in a manner that commands the attention of everyone and teaches a strong lesson. Tonight, a Fox film, June Caprice in "A Small Town Girl." . AT THE EMPRESS FLORENCE REED AT --.EMPRESS FRI. AND SAT. Frank Mills, one of the stars in the supporting dompany to Florence Reed, in "Today." the picturized ver- ANNOUNCEMENT LEADING FRENCH ACE I Paris. Oct. 9.-Lieut. Rene Foncke. (according to an announcement made jhere today, has brought down four j German airplanes within 20 minutes j on the same day. Foncke is now ere-; dited with 70 official victories and has ; actually brought down 109 German i machines. Big dance, Monday, October 14th, in Raymond opera house; good music; four piece orchestra; three pumpkin pies served to all. 202-6 The Sorossis Society is holding a chi-jken supper and dance at Hyssop's school on Friday evening. Oct. 11, at six o'clock in aid of comforts for the boys at the front. Price 75c each. T-urkeys to he raffled. 2G3-3 The Next-of-Kin a,re holding a whist drive and dance in the Veterans Club on Monday, August 14th. Proceeds for Xraas parcels for the boys overseas. - � -- ----------- Ford Garage 3rd Ave. S. Phone 633 1 Chevrolet Touring Car, first class condition, new tires. - 1'Ford Truck, In A1 running order. The above cars are for_ sale cheap, so act qulek and get a bargain. 852-0 FRESH KILLED YOUNG TURKEYS FOR THANKSGIVING -* �. Customers are asked to kindly let us have their orderB not later than Friday iijght. R. C0ULTRY Phone 492 Tha Albarta Maat Market Canada Food Board License Number-8-28P93. * The Twentieth Century Book Store -IS FULL OF NOVELTIES-^ Besides' modern fiction, reprints, poets; oxford (bibles and. methodist, english church hymn books WE HAVE i � DOLLS, LEATHER, IVORY, EBfNY GOODS, WRITING MATERIAL in GREAT VARIETY.!' Damron, Bentley; A Sweet Flavored Cmst-QUAKER BREAD In the homes that use Quaker Bread you will hear the k&dies says: "I borrow the crust, puts lot of butter on It, Mamma." Neve> any fuss in -those homes about eating the ci>usts to make their hair curly. A real conservation loaf is'Quaker Bread. Always good to the last crumb. That's beciuse it is ju3t good bread well baked. Better try Quaker brea