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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, the ij:thrrfdgk daily herald PACK l-MFTKt'-N Made In Canada CP Begin the day with Is Itself a Food" A pure, delicious drink ; should also be considered a valuable adjunct to a meal, as it contains a large amount of nutritive matter in an easily digested form. -j � Its use permits the saving of other and more expensive foods TUADi: MARK ON EVERY PACKAGE Caaid% Food Board License 11-600 \ WALTER BAKER & CO. Limited Established 1780 - DORCHESTER MASS. MONTREAL, CAN. u tein- FOOD BOARD FLASHES FOR FEMININE FOLK Manitoba expects to export iMiUor to tin; value of Jl.imn.. OUU IIsIh year. Wln-ii it is remembered (llllt to a l'e;v few yours aeo it was n�-e... nary tor this province 10 import butter for its home needs, tin; growl li of tin' dairy Industry may I)'- doomed re markable. There is every in-illcfttIon that tlie present rat,-of export will lie maintained, if not accelerated, duripi; the year. All tlie butter exported from Manitoba is behm sen- to ,\lo�tt'- 1 I lie summer in ! 1'e ei: | w eeK for (he east *   I Tlie ' .it Auxiliai i;i!r ilie ; hipment ot - -. � the fiank San it .1 iiii � .. Iie\: week' If thei I id i''s ill til'' 'it v w ' ' ; dona t a jar of ! i'U.' j !!|o Herald i.ffli  .�' a" Ill,, home of M. i :.:th Street. I'hoii" ' . . 1 ... I .-:Tl ires 1,1 the .... , ! s-i: ;i � ii I �>�� Ki-"il ' ' I It;- poll, e ' ,;: ' aa! par! ii niar'-pri.a.f hrriK the ' ' i 'iini' :l tor ; FOOD BOARD FLASHES FOR FEMININE FOLK W. C. T. U. Thr \I'! N'ee.llew :i .Monday. After-Supper Specials at Rylands The Busy Store offers you a number of very attractive specials for its weekly After Supper Sale that should prove very attractive to thrifty shoppers. ROLLER TOWELS ltin only, Heavy Abnorli'Mit Holler Towels, mude of Turklah towellini; In spliimliil iiuiility, all ready for use. They am choapor tlinn thi> Komls by the yard. lloRiilar 'JOc each. 7C�� After Supper Hale, each................................... I wC CRASH TOWELLING i". pieces of I'tiro Eliinn ("nish Towllinj;. ImuKlH when llnon IowcIIIik; was lieini; lnailn. IS inches wide, wllh colored bold- QO er. Worth :tt�c- yard. After Supper Sale.................. &�C LADIES' BUNGALOW APRONS This is an extra �ood special In ladies' IltmRalow or f'overtill Apron, made In neat stylo with Dutch nod; and of kooiI quality of flno percale. TIioho [ire worth easily $1.75. 1 |JA After Snppor Sale....................................... l.DU Rev. .1. tloldinn and .Mr 11 A .loii ston of 1'akowUt were motor v;->itn;.- : ini; li,i\ in the city thin week. I " *   'I'll.- T \ will Mrs. J. It. ('humbra ami Mr- I). � m.-etinir .�� \hn; l;i> Uarr who have been visitmn at the i the i jddfellow-.' ha' home of Mrs. Tom Million, llaniieville. aie e js reijue :t> '1 have relumed to 'heir homo in Ken-|  * ora. ! iiiif S' :� A 1) !'    j ies of i|!'!|.l'i |>, Mr. and Ml- llerinan Unli.-oa ot Mh" menile 1 nvr" Medicine Ha! are visitiui', .u tip. �;>: l>e H'!d on ,. Willi Mr. and Mrs. Ceo . Uoln on. { Ir.vit.iiioti. w:ll h. ii i.i l ' on \ en held in c.il h.l'inlior po'.li e nniiilii; Oilier ,;sm>S1.- ar-- d.'inn siniiiar .' hj'i. \a iiiila .'. tal h'.nie 'orotliy (Jia.w.er ha^ r�( .JkIu. 1 in I'cr.'.nto la reia'liii. ' the hist l>> I an youtiK j , ., i.itt'.e with i ';r ti;-nr:','tioii 1 ,|, re >.".t r:oi f,: ,;(,i;e.,; M hope V;;|t lhl> i 1 b and bnria 1 fr.mi win. U n ne\." In- a ��-;i:ree!i,.a. The i>..e nii>� of transKressors of the food law-; ki'ow-. All over ihe iiouiitry now iuiiniiiii.il .mil provincial authorities are on the i|ui vivo for any ri"!.i[joii � In addilion. the food Ho.iril Inspect.us ate busily at work loiiiiiiiiiK im deliiHiui'iit'-. with the re--nit ilia' i-'.i'ii day dealer-- and public eatir,,: uiii'i' ptoprielor- are ftncltltK t ii" ;n.-"l ve - liab'.e to fines or with ilii'ir >- � ui� ii..... suspended I'l'oseeii- 'io::>i ere naaieroi:Well over I (lit lii eii-"' , im Miliiu', 'jo i onfeci ioners and ::  ji'iblii- ea'iii'x house pronrie-i.'l-. :.a'.e :ei"iitly had their licenses  d or suspended through the action of the board This n� pari ;i;'"i'''ti:"i' from 'he Keneral pro- �i Ml -i.tent i' d;..:i SAYS NO NEED 10 S,ikii;ini!i liotarians threHhed exactly an 'veil thousand buslteU of w ilea: a- the result >>f their Rreater proilm lion provinces of Alberta, Saskatchewan. Man'Uiha. Ontario and i Quebec between Sept. "nth and Nov. !)th. 101S, tit ;i fixed price. Aa the creamery butter in cold storage at present amounts to some ^'n. liOO.liiin pounds, and dairy butter is not affected by the order.. It is at once seen that Canada's needs at" well sup- I'an.id .in ii :.:.'!�' in  i. -� ,,j, r ,. ' , n.'e i..:".i'ion> .''�. i a.ieil ,n , , |,( Nova Siotia. N"e� i!ruii-.w n�)�.. :e ii ', ,, t'aiiaiiiiui .M,.-.'i. i). Winnipeg, !;,.,.. J na. I'.thMi". ana X'ainouve: (in ih'-ir | v . left, ihev aai v -ry mat'-rial a ;.|-]VVl. unci' from th - htli KnKlish division, \ v', which has lie.i. erl,in; work durtni; | i, da;. .. iih the corps. I \\-; I lioiieit r.nlatn t itc ti: st t ic! :m In Ui'Killa. a dra>tnaii we '.;li-h  '!�'t I i !,.-. b'lt mil ll iv'. w e doll" ti> I :'.,"! ei in' r,i:!.: w '. i '.>. J .- .-ltd : i.va;!; ' �ml> j . tt  Kt.l;).- 'I 1 in;v.:a,-e can .�� : .. � ii i ;i :! i ii a. in! prii: .Hid rii'h: way of t'.lini.llo"  Old Gu.irds I ::i'.':' i:t.;: fe.'.t!i.''' of Tin:r>day \ :,- Inn \v..s the c.uiini; out ; i > ! i',.. r I ' tiiose v.b.i bad j �...... ' : ' I " o."i;.it: i ' '.: iot! of a." Th- meiiiliers jTe. eii: n..! ;�. ;ii- 1 pat t cf ! be old Kusrd . . I t 1 'li'' platform. They Mr' o 1 Edwards. Macleod, ' i .-I- inn. > . i '.ilKiiry ; %1 r.- Mr-en, K.t wreaths and ..pra's. arrhed i:i O^h- I u'heti a b..!. \n t!:t:ario i \ IV-: l{e,,.,:lv Idled and profits on butter held in I inv" l'r"1" '^'"'"! '''' Elcens - In- llllllv ,,.,, ,;,,; ' spi-clor lei ame -usplcious and decided to viaw Ho remains, when a liberal supply of Scotch whiskey and rye was found reposing in the case. No mourners accompanied the remains, but there was much ii..iarninn when i: was learned that tlie Inspector had mane a demonstration, but ei-- nivlor Kt'unnd no- DON'T FORGET OUR BIG COAT SALE TONIGHT CASHMERE HOSE l/ifilii woikIiI Canhniflre Hobo for oarly full wear. This is a line we picked up. A vory pltuiHinK price. Thoy come as cheap as cotton. Full fashioned. Worth 7Be to Hf.. |*i\ After SiVBP'.T Hale............'.............................3UC BOYS' HOSE litui pair of lliiyn' Heavy Cotlon Hose, sultiihln for school .wear. (Jood Holld black' dye and uplendld wearing (juality. Not all si/.es but a Kond raiiKo in It and itVj. HhkuIui' 35r and 40c value, rtr" After Supper Sale ...................................... fadC MEN'S UNDERWEAR ISO pieces in all in this lot eonslfiting of Men's l>'lno Merino and other nample lluea of Men'n UmlerahlrtH. Tliuy ciiuie In .size II) only. If IhiK is your size better attcuro a few of those. (�/v lloBiiliir $1,011. Atler Supper Sale ........................ 3vC STORE CLOSED ALL DAY MONDAY NEXT-THANKSGIVING DAY, OCT. 14TH. storaKfi boliiK fixed, the price to the fansiitnor will not Increase. Conse quently thorn Is no occasion for alarm iind no possible excuse for hoard-iiiK or profiteerini;. Iiittter already packed lor winter use whether dairy or creamery is unaffected by this Ol'der, When Canadians realize that ihe people of (treat liritaiii can obtain at the most only half a pound of butter or margarine, per mouth, each, they will also realize that the Canadian allowance per month is most liberal Every consumer must reduce the use of creamery butter to two pounds per mouth ami no person shall hold more than is sufficient for thirty days' iv-fiulrenients. w s what imes with j It. In Allien.i wtii'h needs m'ealerj population over iniiu Hide folks last i vear die.! uutiei e-sarily cut of the! d bete.: they reached r.'Hi; win. i: their f:f:ii >e�.! " The ri'port on iii'Imui reform police stations rii.ii'.el ili:i! tin i ml | the discovery The "spirit" was there i dii ine Hat union :-- active in this re-] If not the bo i.i I sport and I aclilli: 111 i opjiuielion with | The same unequalled quality as before the war. and being double strength you don't have to put so much in the teapot Blue Ribbon-British grown tea. 17 E With the Canadian Forces, Oct. 10. -Illy .1. II. l.lvesay.l.....Inevitably the lalciuK of Cambrai is the most son national foal lire of yesterday's finite ing. but the gallant work of the troops on our centre and left must not Im forgotten because their success made possible the passage of the canal. The idea wan that, we should drive c.ibi from the kick-off to the canal, then .swinging down behind Cumbiai. and this movement, if successful, would bo followed by tlie. piinotriitlon of the oily. Half past one was "zero." an hour entallinit niitbt lighting and a vory unusual one in the present open warfare, lly good fortune, the enemy alarmed by the midden advance, of the 1 Tt li eoips. started half an hour after midnight wlthdrawliiK his Kiina from our front, meaning to Rot thom back Into prepared poaitiona beforo the usual hour of on>' attack at dawn. Our M$->CJu: � "Via in VOCALION Jlwaitiiyi, pour hearirm, at our store nhe Aeolian -Vocalion-tlie greatest of Phonographs 'Tlie Vocalion has the largest choice of models Qlie Vocalion has (lie \videst rniige of prices niie Vocalion has the deepest, richest volume 'The Vocalion has me greatest of nil tone-controls, actually allowing $ou to pla>> records yourself and share me emotion of me artist. Its use ic optional. WILLIS1 TlANO CO. H. C. C. Salmon, Manasier Hull Block ;