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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, OCTOBER H, 1918 f HE LK'I HiiHIIH.I', DA1L.1 ril'.UAOD 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 quality. 5c gular 23c is, res- 25c 25c Cranberries, Just fresh in, regular 25c, special, per 20c Pumpkin, fresh, special per lb................... Pumpkin, 2V& In. Una, regular 25c, special, per tin ................ Apples. No. X Jonathans, regular 10c lb., special 3 lbs. for .............. Apples, good cookers, special, 4 lbs. for ...... Tomatoes, choice B. C. stock, special, per 9C*� basket ................ �5DC Tomatoes, 2% lb. tins, regular 26c, special 2 AC ^ for .................... 4DC Peas, 2 lb. tins, special 1 a per tin ............... IOC Succotash, 2 lb. tins, special,-2 for .......... Shirriff's Jelly Powders, ex,-tra special, per pkt................. Blueberries, 2 lb. tins, regular *2T>c, special, per tin .....<...... Canned Chicken, 1 lb. siac, regular 75c. special ................ OUC Shrimps, pickled or dry. regular 26c, special, per *�n tin .................... �,\3C Quick Puddings, assorted flavors; special, per pkt................ 35c rs, ex,- 10c a, reg- 22c 15c 20c Pickles, mixed, relish, chow, regular 25c, special, per bottle.......... Llbby's Sour Mixed Pickles, Royal jar, regular 60c, special ................ *4UC Libby's Sweet Mixed or Chow, Royal jar, regular 60e, JP special ................ *i�JC Olives, plain, stuffed, and sandwich, per bottle, 15c, y|A 20c, 25c, 35c and ....... fWC PrepaTed Mustard, regular 25c, special, per Otit* per bottle ..............bUC Seeded Ilaisin, Gold Bar, regular 15c, special, OC*� 2 pkts................. �UC Coffee, Highland Blend, regular 40c lb., special �l|V 3 lbs. for ...7.......... I.lU Red Rose Tea, Blue label, regular 75c, special lb...................... /UC Try a pound of Our Special ^............60c Catelli's Macaroni, special, 2 pkts. for .. Potatoes,  nice whltye stock, 10 lbs. for 25c. O QC per sack............. AiJtf Onions, B. C. stock, of special, 6 lbs. for .......bOC Annual Meeting Held-Grandlea Society Also Successful- Death of C. Rae. 25c D. and R. Wilson WE DELIVER TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY PHONE 657 1112 SIXTH AVENUE SOUTH QUALITY SERVICE PRICES THE THE THE HIGHEST BEST , LOWEST Canada Food Board License No. 8-17318 NOTICE MILITARY SERVICE ACT, I9I7 REGISTRATION OF UNITED STATES CITIZENS 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 includes ALSO ALL THOSE WHO HAVE SECURED DIPLOMATIC 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 Postmasters for despatch to the proper Registrar, under the Military Service Act. MILITARY SERVICE ~J?ANCH. (From Our Own Correspondent) Bow Island, Oct. 10.-The annual meeting of the Bow Island Red Cross Society took place on Friday afternoon) October 4th, in the rest room. A fairly representative audience was present to enjoy the excellent report for the year just closed. Mrs. R. H. Robertson, the president, occupied, the chair and commenced the business 6f the meeting by requesting the treasurer, Mrs. A. F. Werts, to present her official report. This report was as follows: RECEIPTS Balance on hand from last year ................. Membership fees....... Donations ............. Other sources ........... 139.90 G1G.00 1,677.91 29S.05 dance was enjoyed. $fi0 was received being dues for the new year. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle who have made a host of friends during their Hojourn here left on Wednesday for their homo in southern Virginia. Mr. L. Carlson was a visitor In Loth-brldgo on Thursday. Friends of Mrs. J. Darling will regret to learn of her illness in the Medicine Hat hospital and join with us in wishing for her u speedy recovery. The many friends or Mrs. J,, Carl-sou will bo sincerely pleased to learn that she is making splendid progress after her recent serious operation in the Lethbridge hospital. Death of Chas. Rea We regret to record the death of Mr. Charles Rea who passed away in Medicine Hat on Sunday morning. Mr. Rea was 67 years of age and had made many friends during his residence in this vicinity. Burial was was conducted on Thursday afternoon Kcv. Brad officiating, interment in the Bow Island cemetery. The population of Niagara Kails, Ont, is 12,434, an increase of GGfi. PAGE SEVEN Total ................ $2,731.80 EXPENDITURES Cash to Provincial office.. $1,131.90 Paid for Merchandise ____ 1,111.49 Balance on hand $2,295.02 436.84 Total................. $2,731.86 This branch has made nine shipments during the year just closing, containing in all 3,026 articles. There is a total membership of 120 members of which number 20 are life members and ninety-three active members. After the reports were read and adopted the election of officers took place with the following result: President-Mrs. F. Moerke. 1st Vice-Pres.-Mrs. F. W. Taylor. 2nd Vice-Pres.--Mrs. A. Hoaglin. Secretary-Mrs. Carson. Treasurer-Mrs. Werts. Work Committee-Mesdames Swen-numson, Rich and Cotton. Executive Committee-Messrs. Robertson, Broa, Gilbert, Herring, Blaine and Werts. Mr. J. Milroy was appointed to audit the secretary's and treasurer's books. Much credit is due the retiring officers for their splendid work during the past year and also all those who so materially assisted in making such a gratifying record for tills branch in work accomplished and dispatched. At the regular weekly meeting conducted on Wednesday afternoon a special appeal was read from the provincial office for increased contributions of heavy garments to be supplied to the Siberian forces. The'Alberta Red Cross Society has assumed the responsibility of meeting the Siberian demands in the matter of shirts, socks and heavier garments and the Provincial office feel confidently certain the appeal for increased activity on the part of each and every member of every society will be instantly and warmly met. Mrs. Cotton reported the shipment of the following/ articles from this branch on Monday, Oct. 7th: 1 doz, cotton binders; 3 1-2 dozen A. D. cov-ers; half dozen L. A. socks; 21 pairs socks; half dozen T bandages; 22 P P. bags, and 4 suits of pyjamas. Canadian women are right belnncl the Canadian troops in the trenches. Women nurses are now installed in hospitals S miles in the rear of the actual fighting line. Many of our Canadian women are unable to lake up the duties of nursing at the front, but they should know how to take care of their own at home and for this purpose no better book was ever printed than the Medical Adviser-a book containing 1,008 pages, and bound in cioth, with chapters on First Aid, Bandaging and care of Fractures, Taking care of the Sick, Physiology, Hygiene, Mother and Babo, which can be had at most drug stores, or send 50 cents to Dr. Pierce, Courtwright St., Bridgeburg, Ont. The women at home, who are worn out, should take that reliable temperance, herbal tonic, Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. 1 WoojMack, Ont.- "For womanly ailments I havo found Dr. Pierci.'fl Favorite Prescription to he excellent. It strengthened and huilt me up several years ago -when I was suffering with a chronic trouble and it also proved to he a splendid tonic during expectancy. I talec great pleasure in recommending Or. Pierce's Favorite Prescription to all . sufferers from woman's 'weakness.". -Mrs. innie SfrtcifraySl-^rtAur St. "Suicide by Inches" THOUSANDS of people commit suicide by inches! jj If one should take minute daily doses of some irritant or poisonous drug5 no particular effect might be noticed until accumulation of the poison made its action evident. Yet how many realize that irritant and poisonous substances are formed constantly, even in health, during food digestion and the preparation of its waste for elimination? If the bowels act regularly and thoroughly, such dangerous matter is safely gotten rid of. But if constipation exists, there results stagnation of intestinal waste, increased production of poisonous substances, and their absorption into the blood, which carries them all over the body. The result is disease or disorder, which, if neglected or allowed to continue, cripples or kills. The victim of such self-poisoning commits suicide by inches. Constipation is a bad habit. It is a siu against the body. But there is an even worse habit, a crime against Nature, the taking of pills, castor oil, laxative mineral waters, and salts to "force the bowels to move." Because such drugs do not cure constipation. They make roastipation a habit. They do not prevent "suicide by inches." On the other hand, the Nujol Treatment not only overcomes constipation, but prevents stagnation anil makes self-poisoniag impossible. Nujol is not a drug, does not act like any drug; it is absolutely harmless. Nujol helps Nature re-establish easy, daily, thorough, bowel evacuation. Warning: NUJOL is sold only in sealed bottles bearing the Nujol Trade Mark. Insist on Nujol. You may suffer from substitutes. Sendfor Instructive Booklet CHARLES GYDE & SON P.O. Box 875, Montreal fCANAIDIAN SELLING AGENTS I FOR Nujol Laboratories STANDARD OIL CO. (NEW JERSEY) NEW YORK CITY 'Regular,as Clockwork" NOTICE-MILITARY SERVICE JCT, I9I7 MEN EXEMPTED AS FARMERS Having in 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 issued 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. Mr. and Mrs. Henning motored to Lethbridge on Wednesday. A halloween supper will be given in the United Church, Lethbridge Avenue by the ladies of the congregation on Thursday evening, Oct. 31st. Dr. Munro of Calgary is spending a few days here. , , Messrs. P. W. Brown and McKonna were visitors in Etzikom on Wednesday. Thanksgiving services will be observed in the local churches, Sunday October 13th. A Social Function A very enjoyable social event among the junior set took place on Monday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Whitney at the River Ranch. The party was given in honor of the birthday of Miss Isabelle, who graciously entertained her guests until their departure. Before leaving a very dainty luncheon was served by Mrs. Whitney, assisted by Mrs. Tolan of Montreal. Mr. Dick Reid returned on Thursday from a trip to Lethbridge. Many friends gathered on Monday afternoon at the local depot to bid god-speed to one of our very popular young men, Mr.. Wilfrid Henderson, who left for Regina to report for duty to the Royal Flying Corps. Mr. Henderson's many friends wish for him a safe and happy life in his new environment. Mrs. Henderson did not accompany him but expects to leave at an early date to join him. Mr. Shon who spent i.'ie week-end in Lethbridge, reached hero on Wednesday and proceeded to Etzikom. Mr. and Mrs. F. Sutton were weekend guests here. Mr, Alexander who inspects on behalf of the Provincial board of health visited our town on Thursday. MrB. Tolan of Montreal, who has been the guest of her father, Mr. N. Wallwork, left for her home in Montreal on Wednesday. Grandlea' Red Cross The annual meeting of the Grandlea" Red Cross was held in the Prospy school on the evening of October 3rd, with a large number in attendance. The annual reports were read and adopted /and the following election of officers for the coinins year was made: President, Mrs. T. Prowse; 1st Vice-Pres., Mrs. H. Wares; Sec.-Treas., Mrs. Oar. Wares; Supply Sec, Mrs. M. dancer; Executive Committee, Mesdamaa ?rowse, Wares, Wares, Clnucey and Messrs. Riley, Foster, Clancey, Springle Stephenson und Wares. After the election a dainty supper was anrra< utter which u Tomorrow Will Be A Big Day At Our "WE QUIT SALE REMEMBER, 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's High Grade Clothing and Furnishings AWAY BELOW TODAY'S COST Don't Fail to Take Advantage of This Sale See us tomorrow and be Convinced that the Values are Extraordinary Sale Continues Until Everything is Sold The Lethbridge Clothing Co. 114 5th St. South Two Doors South of Hudson's Bay 1 ;