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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta If NOr*OH*felMER PIANOS sdison phonographs ASSINIBOfk MUSIC co., LTD. "Everything Musical" 818 8th Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD1 j \ GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th Street 8. Phone 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Reason--7 able Price*. . s i r 3 '{ � r FOR THANKSGIVING TURKEYS, GEESE, DUCKS, CHICKENS, FOWLS, FRESH KILLED DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food Board License Number 9-2664 PRESERVING FRUIT ALMOST DONE FOR THE FOLLOWING IS WHAT WE HAVE TO OFF ER NOW AND WE EXPECT IN ANOTHER FEW DAYS MOST LINES WILL BE CLEANED OUT. ORDER YOUR REQUIREMENTS NOW. APPLES. We have a shipment of very fine stock at right prices. MclNTOSH RED, Economy Crates, orchard run quality, extra value, per crate .......... 2.30 WEALTHY, orchard run, good stock, per crate .................................... 2.30 KING. No. 2, but equal to any No. 1. except in color, extra value, per case ............ 2.65 CONCORD GRAPES, shipment to arrive tomorrow morning, per basket..........;.....63 PEARS, Winter Nellls, considered a good preserving pear, per case.................. 3.85 Per small basket...........................65 BEAURRE D'ANJOU, an exceptionally good one for preserving, per case ............. 4^40 HYSLOP CRAB APPLES, per large case ... 2.70 GRE.EN 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 "Stop That Bark" WITH K. AND A. WHITE PINE COUGH SYRUP WITH TAR If you have a stubborn cough, if yonr lungs are inflamed and your air passages irritated, this splendid Cough Syrup will afford the relief you seek promptly and without any harmful after-effects. IC & A. White Pine Cough Syrup with Tar is a healing remedy' compounded of White Pine Bark, Menthol. Tar, Wild Cherry and other well known ' ingredients. Get a bottle of this effective remedy as soon as possible. Sold in two sizes, 25c and 50c- THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT OALLAS HOTEL Store PHONE 1487 L GREAT SPEECH BY COLBEATTY, CM.fi. story of a few of the big thins^ of this war. ^ . The first of these to be considered �was the revelation of the Imperial ideal. Four years ago the statesmen of Great Britain shuddered at the thought of war but they shuddered still more at the thought of a dis-1 faulty ammunition that was t Larg�-"Crowd Hears Head of Canadian Chaplain Service Talk of War. honorable peace. They were half in the dark .with regard to the colonies. How were they going to act? The step was taken, however, and the re-suit is only too well known. The col- men and talked to them personally. ! Their replies in most cases were aimis- j ing but here is the point. The King's j entry into that shipyard was a frost, j When he left he was given an ovation' Ihat reached.the Heavens. He makes it a rule to visit every battalion embarking for France, attends the sold-ies' social functions and in every way endears himself to the men. And this great fraternal spirit is not going to be confined to the British Empire, but rather with the entry of the I United States we may expect an > | ansrlo-saxon empire. ; "Then I would like to speak of the | magnitude of the operations that this j j war has called forth. The whole of the! 'British Isles have been transformed] j into one great workshop. Every able-* I bodied man. woman and child is at i some useful occupation. Women are | doing the roughest and lowest kind | lot labor. The highest artistocracy are! working in munition plants side by .side with their tenants and former [servants. And then the efficiency of j the government is to be highly com-' imended. They say over in the old, j country that Lloyd George has made j the British Isles throb with industry, ! and when one has been over there it l is not hard to believe. ; In Ottawa the .other day a friend of mine was showing me a machine that measured correctly to a hundredth part of an inch. Just recently a piece of work had been rejected because it was three one-hundred thousandth of an inch out. This .was not a shell but an instrument that measured the instrument that measured the shell. These sort "of tools do away with the curse An inspirational masterpiece W-atory was the manner in.which one! j er. "When that first contingent sail-! ed from Canada we were conveyed in I thirty-six huge vessels. The- fomia-0f, tion was three lines of twelve each, I and this formation was never once __,., , .. , ,, ,, . broken. A?;ay out on the horizon we auditor described , the address of j coulchsee the smoke of the great sea-Colonel Beatty. the guest of the Rotary j dogs of Britain escorting us and a j Club today at luncheon at the Y. M.! silent guarantee of safety. One dav the number of about a hundred wire!ri5ut beside us. It was the Princess I ; assembled at twelve o'clock at the "Y" auditorium and from 12.30 to nearly 2.30 the speaker held his; audience spell bound with his magnificent of the first months of the war. "Then there is the work of the Forestry Battalion, the Railway Construction Corps, and the Salvage . Corps." said the speaker, "about whom ouies found their long awaited chance; i could talk to you for flours^. How for manifestation of their love of the tlie first named are cutting down the mother counry, and right nobly did the , jjne dd forests of France and Eng-sons of empire respond. "Let me quote j ianQ- working against time with no you a little incident." said the speak- ( thought of their own exhaustion. Oj Blackleg Filtrate "Lederle" Stockmen and Ranchers will be glad to know that we now have a stock of this valuable preventative for Blackleg.  S We have them in different sizes: o BANK CLEARINGS FALL OFF * This week this year $1,114,313 This week last year $1,313,71!) �- �- .-. i Package of 10 Doses .....$2.00 Package of 50 Doses Package of 100 Doses Syringes, each ...9,.'. . $8.00 $15.00 . $5.00 THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Successors to Jackson & Co. Telephones 655 and 1232" Sherlock Building CITY AND DISTRICT Sheriff Grigg Dies The death took place yesterday in Stettler of Sheriff John P. Grigg, father of Mr. A. M. Grigg. of the International Harvester company of this city. Mr. Grigg left last night for Stettler. Miners Donate to Red Cross The local branch oT*the Red Cross society acknowledges with thanks the monthly donation of $250 from the members of Local 'Union No. 571 U. M. W. of A. ? ? : : ? -> > : : : : : : : : WILSON'S FOURTEEN PROPOSALS I* ne j mill sets a record. Another beats it. j and so on it goes. I saw a mill, the i maximum output of which was rated | at 25,000 feet a day. Other mills of like equipment set out to make new records with the result that three | months ago that mill put out 155,000 feet in ten hours. Leave is sacrificed . . , . � , by the men that their brothers in the Rotarians and their guests .to I ope of these had occasion to come lrenches mav have equipment. Thev _u----r . - i right beside us. It was the Princess . glorious" Mary and she sailed right across the | how of the boat that I was on. Every i rhe speaker went on to tell of the last British tar was up in the rigging i work of the_.Railway Corps, the Air in the fighting tops, ou the gun tuv-- Force and t'16 -N"avJ'. the Chaplain rets, and as the majestic vessel drew service and their great work. "There near the ship's band broke out into js not a more loved 'padre' in all The Maple Leaf Forever. Then there | France," said he, "than our white-rose from our boat and theirs a mighty ; beaded young friend Mr. Denoon cheer that made the very ocean quiver and every Canadian land-lubber raised high .the strains of Rule Brittania. "Day by day our lads are learning to love the mother country with a love that they never knew before. Her NOW IN STOCK GLUTEN-FEED 100 LB. SACKS GREATEST MILK PRODUCER F. 0. HYDE & C& iffb PHONE 1244 LETHBffjDGE M ARLOW'S EAT ARKET Phone 796 ' 1110 8ixthNAvenue S. CANADA FOOD BOARD LICgNSE NUMBER 9-6330 J And Alec Gordon, that lad lias certainly found his place. He is utterly fearless and is always to be found in the most" dangerous positions." .And lastly let me dwell for a few-moments on the bigness of the men stately bid homes, her ruined piles, ih charge over there. Currie, Kaig her people nho are longing to do and all practically rose from the UNDERTAKING ' We are selling our entire stock at, lower prices. Call and see us. Our HOME MADE and FACTORY GOODS- to sell at 15% Jiff. 4 MOTOR EQUIPMENT MacKAY & MacKAY 803 3rd Ave. S., Lethbridge iPhone 1802  No'veT 'Closed something for our boys, - these are gripping them and cementing a union that .is imperishable. The democratic spirit of our King is appealing to them greatly. There are two great Georges in England at the present time. Lloyd George and King George, and I think that perhaps the King is just as busy as his Prime Minister. "Not long ago when I was In London there was news that the laborers ranks, and all have recognized that co-operation with Him is absolutely essential. In conclusion Col. Beatty appealed to the folks at home to really keep the home fires burning. Don't let them come back and*ind a half-hearted Christianity, he said. They have done big things and will expect much. And put the alien enemy at work. Put a guard over him and make him work at a $1.10 a day and in a certain shipyard in the nort^ of j Pa>' the difference over to the sal-Bngland _were discontented and in an | dier's wife and family. The boys . _..,..... ....... it. (Tremendous ap- ugly mood. The King heard of it and immediately made arrangements for a personal interview with,-the men. He went there and got down among the This Shop is Known for* I Good Work and Cleanliness. West brook Bros; ' Opposite Bank of Montreal will expect plans*). "Let me thank you for the splendid attention you have given me and my final injunction to you is to get behind the men who are preparing the way for -the boys' return." LETHBRIDGE TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL MASS MEETING WILL BE HELD IN THE LABOR HALL FRIDAY, OCT. 11 PRAISES TROOPS Oil 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 J. B. Higiobolham & Co -- Limited --- �Al!>ert�>n Plantar OmoB's*** Wholesale �n4 Retail Chemist*. Phones 1515 and 322 Days of private international undertakings are gone and covenants of peace must be reached in the open. Freedom of the seas in peace or war. Removal of economic barriers among nations associating themselves to maintain peace. Guarantees of the reduction of armaments. "* Impartial adjustments of colonial claims,'based on popular rights. Evacuation of and opportunity for Russia. Evacuation of Belgium. Evacuation of French territory, and righting of Alsace-Lorraine wrong. Readjustment of Italy's frontiers along lines of nationality. Free opportunity for autonomous development of the peoples of Austria-Hungary. Evacuation of Rumania. Serbia and Montenegro, and guaranties for all the Balkan states. Sovereignty for Turkey's portion of the Ottoman Empire and autonomy for other nationalities. j An Independent Poland with access I to the sea. ] General association, of nations for j mutual guaranties to independence | and territorial'integrity to large and ; small states alike. Before You go Gunning x See Our . . Line of HUNTING GOODS A DELAYED SHIPMENT OF HUNTING. COATS, CAPS AND WADERS (CURRIE'S MAKE) JUST TO HAND, ALSO A FEW THOUSAND AMERICAN MADE SHELLS, ROSS SPORTING, SAVAGE, REMINGTON AND WINCHESTER RIFLES, FOX AND ITHICA AND ONE ONLY REMINGTON PUMP GUN. MOST OF THESE LINES CANNOT BE COMPLICATED AT ANY PRICE. BETTER SEE WHAT WE HAVE AND LET US QUOTE PRICES. Consumers' Hardware and Supply Company 120 FIFTH STREET SOUTH PHONE 1212 ANNOUNCEMENT Big dance, Monday, October 14th, in Raymond opera house; good music;1 four piece orchestra; .three pumpkin pies served to all. ' ' ' 252-6 The Sorossis Society is holding a chicken 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. Turkeys to be raffled. ' 253-3 fase, think of the snow to toss away, if you procrastinate and let' these days of sunshine slither by. 'Twill do Ho good to fume and. fret when chill November prances nigh. Then hie you to the nearest phone or in the box a �letter drop to say that you'll not f.eed 'em stone, if you can find a better crop, that green alfalfa shall be theirs when bitter winds shall whistle shrill so they can pile on fat in layers and help you pay the grocer's bill. Farm Products. Limited, Sherlock Building, Lethbridge. 255-1 The Next-of-Kin, are holding a whist drive and dance in the Veterans Club', on Monday, August 14th. Proceeds for Xmas parcels for the boys overseas. 254-4 A grand ball will be held in Raymond opera houBe on Saturday, Oct. 12. Spring floor, good tuufic. Dancing from 9 to 12 p.m. 254-2 Parties wishing to go on a hunting trip Monday, October 14th, Spence's Auto Livery-knows the spot for chickens. Phone 1142. 255-3 CHANGE IN PARTNERSHIP Leslie R. MacKay. of Drumhellei\ has sold his interests in the business of .MacKay & MacKay Undertakers, to John Bell "of Calgary. Mr. Bell has been In the business with Harrison & Foster there for several years. Previous to that he had vide experience in the cast. He is known to be one of the very best in his profession. Mrs. Bell' will accompany him here: She was a graduate nurse of the General Hospital, Calgary. Concert and lecture in the United church. North Lethbridge,' next Monday tiigBt at S o'clock. W. A. Buchanan, M.P., will give an address on his experiences in France. There will be a good musical program. Admission 35 cents. , 255-1 j Arthur H. Smith, assistant city cleric of Reglna, has Rendered his resignation and will take up his residence in Vancouver. The winter's coining on apace and soon your cows will moo for hay. kThink of the storms you'll have to N'ext-of-Kin whist drive and dance in the Great War Veterans' club rooms, on Thanksgiving Day, Oct. 14. Needs' orchestra in. attendance. Admission 7flc. Proceeds to' send parcels for boys overseas. CARD OF THANKS Mr. and Mrs. H. E. sleeks wish' to thank their many friends for the floral tributes sent in their re.cent sad bereavement of their little son; Dona-von, who passed away last Sundav. 1 - 255-1 The Duke^of Connaught was to have MARKETS j Winnipeg, Oct 10.-The markets ; were dull and featureless with no demands. ! Oats closed %c lower for October and Vac lower for December, j Flax closed 9c lower for October; j j 10c lower for November and 8"c lower i I for December. - I Barley closed %c higher for Octob-I er and yfc lower for December. \ Winnipeg Markets Oats- Open Oct............. Rt)i,i Dec....... ...... 74', Barley- Oct.......... ... Dec............. it!) Flax- Close i SO ' 74% ns ! 9914 TWO LADY DEMONS-TRATORS FOR SATURDAY IN GROCERY STORE Phone 1861 255-2 NOTICE Ford Garage 3rd Ave. S. Phone 633 1 Chevrolet Taurine Car, first class condition, new tires. 1 Ford Truck, in A1 running order. The above cars are for sale cheap, so act quick and get a bargain. 252-0 opened the club for discharged sold- i Oct, iers at Dudley, but he lias written that in view of the fact that the Federation of Discharged SoIdieYs is running parliamentary candidates it has become a political ^organization and the practice of Royalty is not to partici-I pate in any kind of politics. Tokio, Oct! 8. - (By Associated j ... Press).-The troops at Vladivostok i and those under the command of the governor-general of tiig. province of! ,1. Kwang Tung have been honored by j an imperial Japanese message ,ex-|.j. pressing high appreciation for the speed the troops have attained and I.;, also assuring them of the ultimate i -� achievement of thjelr object. The message advises the troops of the necessity of preparedness by every possible ; means and warns the troops to preserve their health. **� * �*. A A NEW FINN KING Stockholm, Oct. 10.-Prince Fredericjc Charles of Hesse, brother in law of the German emperor, was elected king of Finland on Wednesday night by the Finnish landtag. The Republican members of the chamber did not vote. Nov. Dec. s'o. 317 .3 C.W.. .77 ........75 72 ......... I! 39 ......... '.',32 .......'.. 322 Cash Prices Oats-^ No. 2 C.W...S01; Extra 1 Feed....../ No. 1 Feed..72U No. 2 Feed. Barley- No. 3 C.W...98 No. 4 C.W...93 Rejected and Feed......-.....S9 Flax- No. 1 N.W'.C:...............340 Calgary Cattle Calgary, Oct. 10.-The yards arc fairly full of cattle of all descriptions, but trading is Btill slow. A few head J^of extra heavy steers went at $14.00, but the bulk of the first rale butcher stuffy runs from 511.50 to $12.50. Good cows" from $7.75 to $8.25; stackers are a slow sale at $7.50 and there are very tew feedem on sale. Hogs drop-�j. {. : .> EBONY GOODS, WRITING MATERIAL IN GREAT VARIETY. 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHOJNE 613 John Gilmore, Limited, Bakers. CANADA FO&jO BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 5-879 Of lice Equipment and Stationery Stenographer's.Note Books......................... $885 per 100 Typewriter Carbon ........................ $2.00 to $3.50 per box Typewriter Ribbons .......................... 76c and $1.00 each Second Sheets ........................$1.25 and $1.50 ;ier 1,000 EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE . ' EVERALL & FRANKS Slnpot Block . Cor. 4th Ave.^and 5th St. ..Vs.. ;