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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOnOHEIMER PIANOS KDISPN PHONOGFtAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. "Everything Musical" , 115 6th Street South Phorie 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD GEORGE MORGAN, HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th Street 8. " Phone 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work Dono at Reasonable Prieea. FRESH OYSTERS & DILL PICKLES DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel phone 452 Canada Food Board License Number 9-26B^ r "Stop That Bark" WITH K. AND A. WHITE PINE COUGH SYRUP WITH TAR K you have a stubborn cough, it your lungs are inCIvuiipd and your air passages irritated, this splendid Cough Syrup will afford the relief you seek promptly and without auy harmful atter-eftects. K. & A. White Pine Cough Syrup with Tar is a healing remedy compounded of AMiite Pine Barlr. Menthol. Tar. Wild Cherry and other well known ingredients. .Get a bottle of this effective remedy as soon as possible. Sold in two sizes. 23c and 50c. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd^ next DALLAS hotel Store PHONE 14�7 No. 1 SNOW APPLES...CONCORD GRAPES fruit that will make your mouth water. we never can g^t enough real good snow apples and THEY AfiE never on th E market very long. now is THE TIME TO get them in good condition. No. 1 Snow Apples, per case . . . . . ..........$3.40 v No. 1 Snow Applesi, 2 lbs. for........... ....... .25 Concord Grapes, per basket----.................... .60 THE GOQD CO. LIMITED High-Class Cash Grocers canada food board license number 8-599' Phone 525 [ARKETS DRAMATIC m LLE TODAY German Commander Called Citizens Together to Go to Meet Conquerors British Headquarters in Flanders. Oct. IT.-(Reuters)-British drums were heating through the streets of Lille this morning, while British patrols advanced east of the city in contact with the retreating Germans. The evacuation of Lille and the British en-trV into the city was one of the most dramatic events of the war. At 4-o'clock this morning the German commander in Lille called upon the civilian population there to assemble as promptly as possible. As they hurried through the gloom of the streets they observed the garrison marching out. They were told to go out to the British lines and meet their friends. Then came the rythmic tramp of.infantry which gradually died away. The Germans had departed, from Lille. At dawn a British airman, flying over the city, beheld a most amazing Eight. The streets were thronged with civilians ^ho were frantically .%-aving handkerchiefs and shawls. Not a soldier could be seen. The aviator quickly turned and carried the news back to the British lines. Patrols advanced immedjately and entered the city. At daylight the allied line in the north, which is being carried forward by the Belgians and French, ran from Mannekensvere to Stj Pierre-Cappelle to Leke to Couckelaere to Wyendaele to Roorthoek^to Pottebezemhoek to Griefehoek to Meyboom to Coolscamp to Ttirkyenhoek to Inglemunster. MARNO V ACAIN 1 JL F VICTDRY LOAN Winnipeg. Oct. 17.-The markets were dull and featureless today. Oats closed ���i,i WHEN VOUR HAT IS OFF YOU'RE IT ' Speaking of Our-Best Ad. West brook Bros, V ijOjipoilte B�nk of Montreal used as in the case of the last ^'ic-tory Loan drive in 1917. -Mr. William Toole is again chair-txiau of the southern .\lberta organization; G. R. Marnoch. president of the Lethbridge board of trade, is vice-chairman; J. B. Sutherland. C.A.. is treasurer; C, W. Hagtie. secretary, and Robert J. C. Stead, chairman of the publicity committee. Practically tli? same geographical divisions will be observed as in last year's campaign. These divisions will be as follows: � - E. D. Adams, division G. High River. Nanton, Vulcan. Okotok.-. T. A. Hornibrook, division K. the Crow's Nest Pass. Hugh llelvin. division L. Macieod. Pincher Creek. Claresholm. C. D. Taprell. division M. Lethbridge. Carraangay. Warner. Taber. Foremost. Barons and New Dayton. S. J. Shepherd, division N. Card-ston. Magrath and .Raymond. Wm. Cousins, division P, Medicine Hat. Bow Island. Retlaw, Redcliff and Irvine. Other chairmen, not allotted to special divisions, are: Thoburn Allan, Eugene Coste, H. A. Howard, H. E. -Afiddieton. P. L. .Naismith, G. W. Smith, H. W. Wood. J. H. Woods. A. Haselden and P. A. M'intemute. I Rejected aud feed............. 90Vi Flas;- No. 1 N. W. C................�.;-!21 Ce.'gary Cattle Calgar.v. Oct. 17.--TI)0 cattle market was steady today at yesterday's figure.5. Best steers Jll.OO; fat cows. $7.00 to S7.7.3. stockers il.od; feeders, S9.00 to $10.00. Hogs $17.75, fed and watered. : : : > : ? : ? > : : A JUNIOR FIRE PATROL That Which Hath Wings A Sequel to "The Dop �1 CA Doctor," iJi.OU BY RICHARD DEHAN The Rough Road - $1.50 BY WM. J. LOCKE The Star in the Window $1.50 BY OLIVE HIGGINS PROUTY The Fighting Fool $1.50 A Tale of the Western Frontier BY dane COOLIDGE CITY AND DISTRICT Retail Merchants to Meet The Retail iVIerchnnts' association will meet on Friday ovening in the board- of trade buiUling. Important matters will come before the 'meeting. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Successors to Jackson � Co. Telephones 655 and 1232 Sherlock Building At United Church. Rev. Chas. H. Heustis of Red Deer will preach ne.\t Sunday at the United church. North Lethbridge. in Ihe morning, and at Wesley Methodist church in the evening. wc^ hurt a Valsparred Mhii^ W6 hay^\been'appointed sole agents for Lethbridge and viclrifty for the celebrated line of Valspar Varnishes and Enamels, Doar this in mind when you want the be^t, , ,, Cbttsumers Hardware Gpl phone.1212 120 FIFTH STREET S. Matthews Trial Next Week Charles Matthews, the desperado wlio^jiiade a getaway faoni the provincial jail here about t.wo weeks ago, will come up for trial some time this week following a sensational capture. The New Mi,\ed Service The new C. P. R. mixed service on the Cardston and Coutts branches starts Friday morning. 'I'he Cardston train leaves at G.IIO a.m. and the Coutts at 7 a.m. ? ."Mready. a Boy Scout is in the "preferred" class, says the Insurance Press of .New York, in an appreciative edi- j torial on the debt which North Am-1 erica owes to the Boy Scouts Move-j menf. _ He is distinguished from his j companions and is given preference in employment. The business world has discovered that the boy with the Scout training is move v,'ide awake, honorable and dependable employee than the usual undisciplined youngster. To illustrate how tar is the scope of the training of Boy Scouts, T. I. P. points out thai their manual includes a "quiz" on fire prevention, and rules for fire emergency. Thus the motto of the Boy Scout ''Be Prepared," is particularly applied to one ot-the most' ctinstant and dangerous menaces to \ RE SUBSTITUTES -NOW IN STOCK GLUTEN-FEED 100 LB. ^CKS GREATEST MILK PRODUCER F.O. HYDE & CO. PHONE 1244 � LETHBRIDGE > modern life and property. If ever^ j Scoutmaster of a troop � thoroughly drills his boys in the prevention and extinguishment of fires, the net saving in fire waste in the next decade will probably more than offset the expected normal gain in fire destruction by reason of increased builtllng and population, says this New York insurance organ. Furthermore, the fire / authorities have quickly recognized the public utility of Boy Scouts as an aid in spreading propaganda of fire prevention, and one of the recent reports of a National Board pays honest tribute to the effective service rendered by these cheeked dispatch bearers. This expanding organization of restive, energetic junior citizens, eager � WE WILL PAY YOU TOP PRICES FOR YOUR FURS Hides, Pelts, Etc. LETHBRIDGE HIDE, PELT & FUR CO., LTD. Hear C.P.\ Telegraph Offices Cor. 4th Ave. and 5th Street S. Phones: ^Office .799; Res. 326 . Reference: Standard ' Bank Local millers have handed the Herald the-following for Jiublication:, Warning to the general public re substitute with flour; ^ The millers wish to hring forcibly before the public that according to order ,S'o. i)7 of the Canada Food I Board, no miller, wholesaler or retailer can sell flour unless he tl the same I time sells one pound of substitute to ' every four pounds of flour, and that . I The oaly commodities permissible a.s lOTd proud to "do a good turn dally,") vjbstitutes are corn flour, oat .flour, ; alTords a medium of contact with the' barley flour and rye flour. A very ! people, which fire prevention uuthori-heavy'penalty is attached to any vio-' ties might profitably utilize, lation of the order. Dealers are warn- j The suggestion is thrown out that j ed that the ternjs of the order will be i arrangements couid be made by Local vigorously enforced, and the genera! i scout hea-3quarters to distribute p.ost-public are requested not to try to in-1 ers and pamphlets relating to fire duce the dealer to sell flour without: waste and fire precaution. Scout raas-the necessary-subsijiutes. iters would welcome at- their troop , meeting.s anv talker who could ad-. munitions explosion in lyons i various phases of HIGINBOTHAM'S ENGLISH AMMONIATED TINCTURE of Q UI NINE -A^ very old fashioned, .withal a very reliable :remedy in c-uch conditions as obtain today. Influenza tSpanish or any other variety I, Grippe, Colds, Fevers, etc.. etc. . 35c A BOTTLE J. R HigiabothaiB k Co ' Limited ��� "Al'jcrte't Plsnt*^ Oragilsta* WhsletaU ird Retail Chsmlste Phones 1515 and 322 / _1. Insfject Wiestern Branches Jlr. A. W, Tr^ckey. manager of the ilassey Harris Co. in Calgary, and Messrs. Wisner. White and Chishohfi, general managers from Toronto, wore in the city today on their' vi.-iit to tlie western briUiclies. New Tailor F. Tliaell has secured F. A. Armi-tage, formerly cutter for George Jlay, Calgary, to t^e charge of liis ladies' and men's tailoringrbusiness on 3rd Avenue. Mr. .-Vrmitage arrived in the city with his family today. NEW AUTO TRACTOR SCHOOL NOW OPEN IN LkTHBRIDGE, ALBERTA . ' Men and W'jnicn-I-Iqre is your chance to learn the most iinpdft-,ant trade known. Our Students arfe taught by actual practice to operate and repair Autos, Tractors and Slationfiry Englries. Ladles-Here is your chance to put your patriotism Into prnclice. Hundreds of women now learning this work at other schools. Our Free employment department will assist you to choose employment. Wonderful demand for trained men and women. , We also teach oxo-welding and steam vulcanizing." ^ Call around and See the school, or write for Free.catalogue. HEMPHILL MOTOR SCHOOL Palace Garage, Second Avenue Lethbridge, Alberta ' Branches at: Calgary, Edmonton, Regina, Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Vancouver, B.C. and Portland, Ore. 260-0 The Biggest Spud Yet It is lucky that the judge in the Herald's po'tato contest has a strong heart tor he has beep subjected to some severe shocks, but imagine the consternation when the office boy staggers upstairs under the weight of a CO 1-2 ounce monster specimen, grown by R. Rnrlle of this city, without any special cultivation, "rhls holds the record to date. For Seditious Language John Fick wlio, it is claimed, is an I American . citizen, wa.s" arrested ^ist ' night in North Lethbridge by the R. .v. AV. M. P. on a charge of uttering seditious language. He appeared this morning before Inspector Chaney aud was released on $3000 bail until Saturday, when his preliminary hearing will take place. J. R. Palmer is ap- i pearing for the accused. i ANNOUNCEMENT The Ladies' Society of the B. of L. F. and E. will hold a dance in the I Knighl-s of Pythias hall tomorrow night at which it is hoped there will be a large attendance. 260-1 .S. WILL AID CZECHO-SWS Mother Should Know When a regiment or battalion goes marching by there's but ope person in it for the mother-fier'hoy. One of the latest and very popular songs, mother tells of lier boy's prowess and how everyone was out of step hut him. Mason & Risch Limited, Balmoral Block, Lethbridge, would like to play the song for ,you on Victor Record. "Thev Were -Vll Out" of Step but Jim." / . 2G0-1 GREAT WAR VETERANS' ASSOCIATION . TAG DAY Oct. 19th 1. UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE GREAT WAR NEXT OF KIN Av GIVE! GIVE! GIViE! 1UN1TI0NS EXPLOSION IN ^^OU^llZTi^.irXoy, Lyons, France, Oct. 17.-Fires. fol-I f'Liing lowed by an explosion in a munitions factory at 11 o'clock last night, caused material damage, .-\nother and more violent explosion occurred at mid-night when the magazines blew up. i The buildings .still were burning today. No lives were lost. A few jiersons. including firemen, were Injured. -!-N Our Meats go Direct Jrom the Farm to Your Table X R. tOULTRY Phone 492 Tha Albe.-ia Meat Markst �;aii^da Food Board Llceaf* Number 8-2869C. NOTICE Ford Garage 3rd Ave. S, Phone 633 1 Chevroiet Touring 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 Boy Scout, properly drilled as to what to do in a fire emergency, becomes a potential fire extinguisher. His fundamental training in Scout-craft i.s to make him self-reliant. He must know how to take care ol himself on sea or land-defend himself, feed and control himself. To H'is *'' A LOOK INTO The Twentieth Century BbpkStWe '"Everybody's Book Shop"?-� Will Suggest Something for the Occasion. , ' . BOOKS liy the thousands are needed for shipment overseas. Hospltnl libraries Must Be Increased in Size and Number'riapldly.-This means ii�very present need for more'books of entertainment and diversion. , ' . 514 Fourth ^venue Pliohe 613 Off ice Jqiiipment and Statio|g|x Stonographer'a Note Books........................ 100 Typewriter Carbon..............>.'........ $2,00 to $3.50 per box Typewriter Ribbons ,,........................ 76c and'$1.00 each Second Sheets ......................... $1.25 and $1.80 :>er 1,000 EVERYTHING FOR THE office,^ EVERALL & FRANKS Cor, 4th Ave.*�nj 8th 8t, SInnot Block m 12381781 ;