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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NUDAY. OOTOBKH H, 1018 'UK j-r. nujnnnip, jjaim np,iv,\u> Ml Specials at Central Grocery These items will convince you that this is where to buy your Groceries if you are going to keep your household expenses down without sacrificing qual- 20c 5c 25c (�( ial, per lb.................. Pumpkin, fresh, special per lb. .................. Pumpkin, lb. tins, regular LTtc special, per 23C Apples. No. 1 .Jonathans, reg ular Lin- lb., special lbs. lor .......... Apples, good cookers, o p special, 4 lbs. for ...... uuC Tomatoes, choice \\. C, stock, special, |hm* _ Tomatoes, lb I In.**. regular ib"�c, special 1! fur ................... Peas, � Hi, Mii.*s special per tin.............. Succotash, -J, lb. tin*. wpcrdul, - for .......... Shirrlft's .Idly Powders, ox Ma special, per pkt............... IJlueherrie.*, 'J lb. tin*-, reg nl:ir ifae, special, per tin.......... Canted * liicken. 1 lb. sUe, regular 7.*ic special......... Shrimps pickled or d.y r ovular -.'>e, special, per (in ................. t^'ji'Ji Puddings, assorted llav ors, special, per Pkt............... 20c Pi-�lof.s mixed, relish, chow, regular l!.">c, special, per bott lo ............. Ubby's Sour Mixed Pickles, Royal jar, regular j70c, special ................ 40c Ubby's Swee.t Mixed or Chow. Royal jar. regular fine, special ................ 45 c Olives, plain, stuffed, and sandwich, per bottle, l."ie, li'Jo, L'."ic Itr.c; and ....... 40c Prepared 7/Iu'tard, regular Ufie. .ptrial. per oz| per hottlo ............. LvC Seeded Tin in. Oold liar, regular lTic, special. �jp L' pktn................. �%)C Pi if f�-is High Innd Hlend, reg- ular Rtc lb., special | /| II);-. for .......... 1�1U ll.d \uw Tea. lUue label, regular Tar. special *t�\ lb...................... /Uc Try a pound of Our Special Hulk Tea at 60C PateiU'h Macaroni. or upecial. Ii pkt's tor..... m3C Potatoes, iiirn whP/.' stock, lo lbs. fur 'J.V a OP per sack �**0tJ Onions. 11. C. Mock, 'pccial, �I lbs. for ...... and R. Wilson WE DELIVER TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY PHONE GD QUALITY THE HIGHEST Canada Food 1112 SIXTH SERVICE THE BEST Board License No. 8 AVENUE SOUTH PRICES THE LOWEST 17.518 NOTICE-MILITARY SERVICE ACT, *_r. _l REGISTRATION OF UNITED STATES CITIZENS m Male citizens of the United States living in Canada of AGES 21-30, both inclusive, MUST REGISTER BY REGISTERED POST with the Registrar under the Military Service Act of the district in which they live, during the TEN DAYS NEXT FOLLOWING SEPTEMBER 28th, 1918; and such CITIZENS OF THE AGES 19, 20 AND 31-44, both inclusive, must so register during the TEN DAYS NEXT FOLLOWING OCTOBER 12th, 1918. It must be emphasized that THIS INCLUDES AMERICANS LIVING IN CANADA OF THE ABOVE AGES, MARRIED AND SINGLE, and in* eludes ALSO ALL THOSE WHO HAVE SECURED DIPLO MATIC EXEMPTION OR HAVE REGISTERED WITH AN AMERICAN CONSUL, or HAVE REGISTERED FOR MILITARY SERVICE IN THE UNITED STATES. Registration letters may be handed to local Poetmasters for despatch to the proper Registrar, under the Military Service Act, MILITARY SERVICE ^ANCH. MILITARY SERVICE ACT, 1917 MEN EXEMPTED AS FARMERS Waving m view the importance of leaving a sufficient number of men on those farms, which are actually contributing to the National Food Supply, notice is hereby given as follows ; 1. ALL MEMBERS OF CLASS I POSSESSING EXEMPTION AS FARMERS which is expiring and WHO WISH TO REMAIN EXEMPT should communicate with the Registrars under the M.S.A., of their respective districts, REQUESTING AN EXTENSION IN TIME OF SUCH EXEMPTION. Questionnaires will thereupon be iisued to these men by the Registrar and they will receive further exemption upon furnishing satisfactory proof that they are contributing sufficiently to the National Food Supply. 2. In order to facilitate productive employment during the Winter months, MEN EXEMPTED AS FARMERS SHOULD APPLY TO THE REGISTRARS FOR PERMITS TO ENGAGE FOR THE WINTER IN SOME OCCUPATION OF NATIONAL INTEREST, SUCH AS LUMBERING. MUNITION WORK, ETC. Such permits will serve to enable exempted farmers to pursue other useful occupations for the months during which farming operations cannot be carried on. MILITARY SERVICE BRANCH. P\GE SEVEN ) dance wan enjoyed. $Hu wn. rend, being due* for the new y(-ar. Mr. and Mis. Doyl" who have made n. host, of friend i during i!n-i; � ojonni �"I - \ lo; H'li* f-"(fi- ll til'* �vilii '�i n\ Annual Mooting Held Society Also Death of (\ Rae. here lott on Wedner.dav home in southern Vinini-i Mr. I,. Carb-on wan a \; -;;i>r liiidpe on Thursday. Kri'-nds of Mrn. .1 hai iisi..- Rret I') loam "f bc�' i!ln'' ;i ery. , The many friend-' of Mr ��. I Grandlea i ;j.ou will be r.ineereiy p(" r.-.^- v ' ' after Iter rercnt Merioin n]i.-ra; \u in the Lethbridge bOHpi'al. Death of Cha3. Reo We re^rc! to reeord ih�- i'i-hIh v.a: in M.d M'eine Hat. on Hunda> niffiui^L' Air. , .-i 4 f I ! fKrorn Our Own r'nrr*'^pnii�1"nt) How f�lupfj, Oef. Mi. --Tlio annual meeting of the How Island Hed Cross , (l P , , , SoebHy took place on Friday {lUol.. I w�* bi yeurrt (>r and had n.ade Suicide by Inches 9? no many friends durin:; Mi- re-dd-nr.. in this vicinity. Hurial wa : �,;,r, I tiror. Mrfl. A. F. Worts, to present )jer|_______ ! ollUdal report. Thin 1 follows: ; UKCKIHTS i llalanre on liand from Inst vear .................. Membersliip ff�es Donations..... Other sourees . .. uiT7.ru IMiS.nr, i 1 f Hr.id  1 � [ * 1 *  * �  * * * Tot a I ........ KXPKNnirruK^ (Cash ut HroviiH'ial offiee.. Paid for Merehiindise .... $l.lal.a0i l,m.4!� j �tan.hi Tuial ................. $J.7:ti.a*i 'i'Jjj.-; branelj lins made nine ship- lialanre on ha ml 'TMI.OUSANDS of j>coplc coinmil suicide by inches ! / If one should take minute daily doses of some irritant or poisonous particular effect might be noticed until accumulation of the poison made its action evident. Yet bow many realize that irritant and poisonous substances are formed constanllv, even in health, during food digestion and the preparation of its waste for elimination? Manv of Mur \>, h.^v op , tal;e riiie nf th'-ir own ai l.-r-e nnd i'-r 1 tln> piu"jn.'' no better b-K�'. v a � 'vr i printed than the Mediral .Vivir a I- o!. cnida:ninu 1 .(K^ p'ipf,s. 'o-..! !,-.u;:d ir� f^.ih, wi'h rhnpt'Ts mi Fir-' \'..>i, \:r.-n)U ; ruul � are -1 i m i ^ Siek, I'hysiolopy, 1 ly^.-'i. Hiihe, which �'�n be h:vl ; Stoii'-. or S'ilil .'0 rej't in Dr. l't' Court wripht St., Brid^el-uri:. nre worn nut. rhould take that r�'balil" n-iup'TaiM-�. berin > ^ IVivotite I'rescript ion. 9* I I' TV L I 1 � - LL't  I f : I 4 h f I h h t * K ll", - . - ;t t. f I, r .ir" �! tu I' '� :i *� j-!* T,i 111 *J liF jn*T I* 1 t*^'M - J 5 Ji' jr\y I 'j pH*rrc'ft \':\\ ioindinn women are Mu't:" 1 nd thr I 1 meats during the year just closing, ; Canadian tn�(�p:, In the M-.-n--b' ^ W�.n..-n ' I containing in all :t.liet| to , tip* Sibe'rian tori'-s. The Alberta Hed i f 'ro,.s Sociot v lias assumed t he re-sponsibillty of meeting the Siberian demands in the matter of shirts, socks, and heavier garments and tlio Provincial otl'nv f''el confidently certain the appeal for increased activity on .the part uf each and every member! KSJ t of fvery socituy will lie instantly and k3 j warmly met. j I Mrs. Cotton reported thn shipment jfe^ : of the following arthdes from this ; braiii h on Monday, Oct. 7th: I dor.. I co' ton binders; l-'J do/.en A. D. cov-lets; half dozen !.. A. socks; LM pair.s j socks; half dozen T bandages; P. ; P. bags, and t suits of pyjamas. Mr. and Mr*1- llenning motored to Lethbridge on Wednesday. A hallo ween supper will be given in the 1'nited Cnurrh. I-ethbrldge Avenue h\ the ladies of the congregation on Thursdav evening. Oct. 31st. Or. .Munro of Calgary Ih .spending a I few days here. ' Messrs. F. W Hrown and AlcKenna were visitors in Kuikom on Wed-nesilay. Thanksgiving services will be observed in the local churches, Sunday October lath. A Social Function ! A very enjoyable social event among : (lie junior set took place on Mon- j day evening at the home of Mr. and ; Mrs. H. T. Whitney at the Hiver ! Ranch. The party was given fu hon-j or of the birthday of Aliss Isabrlle, j who graciously entertained her guests 1 until their departure. Hd'orc leaving , (a very dainty luncheon was .-.erved by Mrs. Whitney, assisted by Airs. � Tolnn of Montreal. ' Air. Dick Reid returned on Thursday from a trip to la-thhridge. Muuy friends gathered *\n .Monday afternoon at the local depot to bid god-.-ipeed to one of our very popular:^ erson, i I: tie* bovrli act rfgel.irlv and thor- �'.:^lily( sue [] ilaugerm-. niftttrr i-. ^ ifeir i'0',t"U i id of. Hut if const ipillion f*x iv.a, Viir; r r ult ro\v.so. Wares, Wales, (Man coy and Messrs. RHey, Foster, Claneoy, Sprlngle Stephenson and AVares. After the election a dainty J supner was :;flur which a Si I EMEMBER, we are quitting-positively closing out and going East. Everything in the store must be sold. To do it quick we have made an unprecedented ~ cut in prices. The stock is still complete and presents an opportunity to secure Men High Grade Clothing and Furnishings AWAY BELOW TODAY'S COST Do n't Fail to Take Advantage This Sale See us tomorrow and be Convinced that the Values are Extraordinary Sale Continues Until Everything is Sold Ftie Lethbridg 114 5th St. South Two Doors South of Hudson's Bay ;