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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta \ PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDCr. DAILY f-'KHALD PRFDAV. OCTOBER 18, 11)18 u Ask Provincial Health Hoard to Reconsider-Want Right to Issue Permits. A special nicotine i�f I ho health board ami the board of trade ira.* �;�!� led ut the cily hall this morninit. t" consider the respect was Riven to the i'P.1! late last night with the result that trains approaching the city wore locked anil no one allowed to get off here 1: was usual, he said, in an epidemic of any kind to make a provision where by a person may leave the city on a written order of a health officer. There was no such provision made m th� inspector'* ln�trurtinns however Medirn! Health Ofli. er lWel-e; .\ p'ainer! that apparently th" mutter had been taken out of hi* hands en tirely and left to the pr n:;: police He expressed hlnw'f verv much surprise I at the action of th� provincial authorities The question of t'c.e nii',\, supply arose and Inspector Mundy said he would accept the ro-ponsibility of lot-tine the milk vepil.^r- �� M-dicl Health Officer llrVehe- askinc for .;, statement of the number of . a. e.� in he city. The quarantm'r.R of the ilty is an answer to :::.� Great imliKti.ition the tni'ine-, :i,a;i .,],.'. ers. On the niirlen i and Oeorse t;re:i 'lie was dispatched to tii� nealth board I.ethbridRe A1'.� ti.i The Provincial Ilea!'!. �f�un-'m lie.m of the Hoaid i f Trade today. '|,.> Poanl of Tr.t !� .--it a 'eVcr.un :.> the luce! l>�i st.itiiiR t">T t.te ritiv ,.v is nor !n:t": isr :o the e| t'c.e ('oiriiiic-ion. r"c,.r''tn; The .-.�. ret ir\ r-porte 1 'i.p the ; h.fl ;��r. c !y" li--en t.-.k-  ; li;. w::n !!-." ertnt.'nd"nt ami will-'o-',v"-i h;- .is�ti;-anvo that th- ..�r-v:- - a, o; d.'i'c-l w ill be no:ue oi ill-- ro id.; line into .I.ejb.t.riilRe \t the ;:i : \i'.it:oa oi th,> hoar.l. it .1 itonioa.i ;:s:r;-' -arv. yor. �a> nrosen: m tniU . mat er over. Nearly all the roads in o ".-!!,>ti ,,ve beif.t reiMii'ed and' b t 1 p'a. - - \'d up that ...It' ;ti v on .it, :,o:: ;i w.-tC. . r.v.i i'i.rin;  -,-,;i '�r '1 �. h . ;iim; :. � ' ' '- ii-;:' :� :op.>:  r-lat. " ; the l.,irt�!;n. o; ;,.;�:  u i h.t- ine.....c- ... a '>y the . ;tv cut'-' intpi-e. i li'iii.-d .iM.i the!-' jpor.-ibilit r. '!'".;� v in ij It al-o ciit t...' ii'e-.ii: aieii'r. � if tlip I'V-hnv niak nc; o^ltcatiu y that every p--rsor. rctn-u-- w.;.'e;.iptr ,,i -h..' ':e-'- v, ho h is::, laa '-' ii - -: ' ; - -: unit pape;- cr B; decrease $2;p,i,.|iii;. Hank cleai'lii>> etiuht,": Oct. Kill. P'lS. $su.'ji',7; I'.'t.'. >>o: tie-i reuse. $.ri41.:'ii7 The Victory l.ean �a.- endorsed and i'f' ry mini !>(b'te, !i*.,,.i !. Puke of Ucv- ; �:;!.i! of t'aa lda. I "..i.ted t wcnty-l ive ; 11 tt'iici il ion in con-, "' public school i Hy arrangement ii :�' Hi" candiiiate . ti.-.vK in each in- '. i a-e of t he : '.'.:". a u i Kilmon- 1 :.!.! io i he I wo ; .: c.cti. mark.-. ine-lais in III' r.i'o iune been , : Milk Hiver-' . I - iiool. l.illie i ('halube-.,, aui I 1 ',. .M.i-inasin. ! iiith. River ! . ic-.. school, t'.r ' .'.ted r. Hiackic I., 'hl.ritiiie In-: .:y school, m-iv c-,1 (.-. ("arm ::: Ma.;.-,,1 In,.-,chi'ol. Net,i Arc', �ell. rate, Kockufel- s ' t\ �� i.i\ eu-pire. : orate. Cintsati- ', Wayne KerttK. i KIRKBY'S for DINNER Kirkby's now serve a complete luncii and dinner menu. We still desire the patronage of those ^..^ N who prefer quality and the surroundings that en-^ \ hancc one's enjoyment when eating. A light lunch rs,\ or a hearty meal costs no more here'than is asked for inferior service. The menu offers a variety of soups, fish, oysters, salads, eggs, steaks, chops, etc., sandwiches, pics, pastries, fresh or canned fruit. ''� a-i: :i"  "in c  '�"!. an a r-- four,: l.-i-rty i.,),... ' Ji- ,t.t i .�et to" l'..::i-e:; Pa "ha tits-' f:r*t at it'i e v, a - ,.r tie- -'ejis ef tie- -'lb '" a-arv v '.- : �' il.tnx-r-. ).:,.:,� : i : -.veaphy . :' -ten .�::-.., reu ;�..- ;t;.;ie.!l �l'h -ut-  o ii. ;  -' a ',:'' h :;.�:�-�.:., a t�  rs;:n "H-*- \ Ti' '. '!" '.vi-.. I V : .! \\. in.- !.:,.I e.l lhbridKe on Thursday and Friday, November 7th and Mh The program arranged it at follow*: THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 7TH 9.30 A.M. Registration- 9 > 10.Oo 0 i'an-ada." Invocation--Itev. c. K. Cragt: President's address-W. J. Low, I'rin.  'ardston .School. Secondary Section - rorrelation of Grammar and f'ompoiii-lion in the Public Schools -Miss .1. It I'reel, Taber. Primary Section - M?.r*irft Smith's claa; AdUiv-s --"From Vprc-to Verdun' -W. A HuciiKiian. Ml' Public school s�.c(jon-*!,... O WiRlit, Cards ton. High School Section -Value of DehatinK and Public Speaking in the High School-Owen Williams, IJ..V. I'rin. f'laresholm Schools. Address- ' Education and Citizenship" -0. Fred McNftlly, M.A., .Sujit of F.ducaiiou in Alberta. 8 P.M. Address-"The Meaning of Kdiua-, tion"-U. Fred McNally, MA, Supt. of' Kducatlon in Alberta. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8TH 9.30 A.M. Hot Lunch** In Rural .Schools- .Miss , Afton Snow. Sterling. Supervision of Play in the Public Schools-Mi?b Nan � Sykos, Cardaton. Patriotic Song- Miss Margaret Smith's Class. Address - "The Measurement of Intelligence"- G. Fred McNally, M.A., Supt. of Kducatlon in Alb ria. 2 P.M. Teachers' Meetings -- kofceri !. Gould, Prin. Taber Schools. He=olu-tions and Election of Officers. Teachers desiring . nolutions to =;�� raT.T^in| | CO ma ALE Our stock is far too large for our present needs and wii-h new shipments of goods arriving daily we must reduce our stock at once. This sale affords you the best opportunity of ihe season to secure a complete winter outfit at! greatly reduced prices. EVERYTHING CUT TO ABSOLUTE COST. NOTICE THIS! 500 pairs of Men's Dress and Work Shoes on display. Never before shoe savings like these. ONE LOT MEN'S FINE BOX CALF SHOES 3.75 Hernial' prici I'tl'-e, per pair it- lim e.l ONE LOT MEN'S FINE TAN BUTTON SHOES 4.95 KeKui'ir I'rii Price, per pair ONE LOT MEN'S GUNMETAL LACE SHOES It^duced Price, per gj ONE LOT MEN'S FINE GUN-METAL LEATHER SHOES Makes u very ni> >� dress shoe. --j/iilar price jT.r.O. itediiccd Price, pair .......................... 5.45 Dress Shirts Our stock coiupri-e. ;i lui'Kf riiiiRe of Men's Hiesc sltirts c.t:i many Ij'-iititifu! p:i' tern:; to chouse from All at 25', Off Men's and Young Men's Suits at prices that enable yew to purchase two suits for the price of one. Our in's |ii�� of ih, fiti. ' ci: 1 '..-il quality an,I �nrl;:e in -hip. \\> t!� hi lart;e o." nttill.! or tiiiu. in attv !..r aid sii" at. $12,75, $16.50, $19.25, $24 75, $28.50. oys' Suits, We have- a : ple.'l'lid rati:- - . �:' hoys' suits in all odors and in si/i-s iuc from 2'!-:'.l. $7.50 values reduced to . $5.50 $10.50 values reduced to . $7.50 $12.50 values reduced to . $8.95 UNDERWEA& SWEATERS, SOCKS, MlTTS, GLOVES, ETC., AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES During Sale No Goods on Approval. No Goods Exchanged. Overpoats Wc have a large range of Ulsters and Overcoats, including the S'^nson's newest items at surprisingly reduced prices. Don't buy before looking these over thorough-ly. Men's Pants A splendid line of Men's Work Pants reduced to, per pair $2.25. DRESS TROUSERS All r-iylos and slzei. itciiuo'd I'ricen - $2.75, $3.25, $3.45, $3.95 and $4.50 per pair. Men's Caps All colors iuid'nizes. Selling at, each - 75c, $1.45 and $1.75 Work Shirts 25,, Off 210 FIFTH STREET SOUTH NEXT LETHBRIDGE HOTEL J 02 40682236 ;