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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta I GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th Street 8. Phone 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Reatoii-able Prlcei., TONIGHT EXPERIMENTAL FARM LAMB and CHICKEN DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food Board License Number 9-^2664 "Stop That Bark" WITH K. AND A. WHITE PINE COUGH SYRUP WITH TAR Jf you hare a stubborn congh. if your lungs are inflamed and your air passages irritated, this splendid Cout;li Syrup will i'fford the relief you seek promptly and without any harmful aftor-effects. K. & A. White Pine Cough Syrup with Tar is a healing reiiuniy oouipouiuicd of "KTiite Pine Bark. Menthol, Tar, Wild Cherry and other well knoivn IngxedienLs. Get a bottle of this effective remedy as soon as possible. Sold in two sizes, 25c and 50e. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO, Ltd.  Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1W OPENING UP A BRANCH STORE OWING TO OUR EVER INCREASING BUSINESS, AND TO ACCOMMODATE OUR FRIENDS ON THE NORTH SIDE, WE HAVE DECIDED TO OPEN UP A BRANCH STORE IN.THE PLACE FORMERLY OCCUPIED BY THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE. WE ARE HAVING THE ALTERATIONS MADE RIGHT AWAY AND EXPECT TO BE OPEN WITHIN A WEEK OR TEN DAYS. THE SAME HIGH QUALITY AND LOW PRICES AS ARE IN VOGUE AT OUR MAIN STORE WILL PREVAIL. CASH AND CARRY WILL BE OUR MOTTO. ALTHOUGH DELIVERIES WILL BE MADE FOR A SMALL CHARGE. MONTHLY CATALOGUES WILL BE DISTRIBUTED THE SAME AS FROM OUR MAIN STORE. WATCH FOR OPENING ANNOUNCEMENT. THE GOOD CO., LIMITED High-class Cash Grocers Phone 525 Canada Food Board License No. 8-599 Travelled With a Bunch of Ban-; anas-It Was a Vicious ! ! Copperhead, Too. mi Mew ICIIOT Made Wrong Guess [|PS[ I __________________........... I \f\! \ ^ ''^''1 0'" to the Candy I Ul 1 L \ ' KiU'hen on .".rd .-Vve.. S.. when he felt Ferdinand of Bulgaria made a wrong tness. He climbed on the band wagon where Kaiser Bill held the reins be-cauBc he figured it was better than an even bet that the Hohenzollems would ride through to a successful llnish. Ferdinand opined that his friend WiUiam would win in a walk-a walk through Belgium and on to Paris and the channel ports. Ferdinand has his hands up right BOW. It is quite likely that when the Sultan of Turkey follows Ferdinand's example, and when Charles of Austria runs up the Kamerad eignal, then Kaiser William will send out the S.O.S. and then-and then-the war needs for ships, for steel and for men will be less urgent Of course peace Is not going to be realized tomorrow, or the next day- �5ut it is somewhere on the way. Which ineans that aU of us must work at our Jobs harder than ever-not only to l)ut on the last pound of pressure for a successful winning of the war, but that we shall be hettir able to take advantage of peace when it comes^ If you are a rich man or a poor man -it you are progressive and desire to keep in favorable contact with the thousands of opportunities arising dally; we modestly suggest that a ford Car or a Fordson Tractor will jrove an effective point of contact at a small relative cosL Write for fall particulars to the rord Garage. 1232 3rd Ave. South. LethSridge, Alta. In the meantime bonds of the sec� ond Victor}' Loan are a real investment and a real need to the country. Go the limit. 'Flirtin.:: with Death" might well be the title of an interesting little episode which occurred here yesterday, .las. Drysdale. one of the driver.s of London. Oct. 19.-Major-Gensral Louis J. Lipsctt has been killed on the western front. He was shot by a sniper. He was formerly commander of a Canadian division, but lately had transferred to the Imperials. He was a son of Richard Lipsett of Merthyn. Wales, and was in his 44th year. EAGER 10 ^IS m what i;e thought to be a ripe banana ' drop down his neck. He reached back I i'.nd pulled forth a yellow and green snake .'1 feet long. Even then ! lie wasn't pp.nilyiOd with fright. lie calniiy held tlio monster in his imnd and examined it. Later it was identified by .Air. J. D. IJiginliothani as a I copperiiead; one of the deadliest spe-' cies known. The slightest bite by I one of these is Eufficient to cause al-^T.ost instnn; death. It was only due i to the .tact the .?nake was evident-! ly numbed with the cold that saved I Drysdale from bling bitten. Next i time he vows he %Yill he more careful. That Which Hath Wings A Sequel to "The Dop Jl CQ Doctor." �p*.��v BY RICKARD 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 THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Successors to Jackson & Co. Telephones 555 and 1232 Sherlock Buildlna Liberated Civilians Are Demon strative and Delay the Soldiers in Their Work. CITY AND DISTRICT Newspaper Man Killed Capt. W. Garland Fost(|r, former manager of the Nelson News, has been killed in nctibn. Victory Loan Tonight The local Victory Loan committee will meet tonight at S.30 in the Southard block headquarters. Reported Missing Oonly one local casualty wa.=! reported today. Pte. J. C. Ferens, who went overseas .with Uie Kilties is officially, reported missing Oct, 1, Why not Prepare for C6ld Weather Take Advantage of Our Reduction Sale On All Stoves, Ranges and Heaters, Both Coal and Gas. Wo have the largest assortment ever shown in [..ethbr'dge all bought before prices advanced. This t'me you got the benefit ns we are overstocked. See our stock oven if you dc not intend buying just now. Consumers' Hardware and Supply Company 120 FIFTH STREET SOUTH PHONE 1212 Body Is Here The body of the late Robert :ilclu-tyre of Magrath, is being held at the parlors of MacKay and MacKay, awaiting funeral instructions. Forwarded to Utah The remains of Siven Wm. Xeilson will be forwarded on .Monday from {Fetferly's parlors to Fairview. Utah, where interment will take place. al points but finally broke through near the stockyards. Last night he was roused from his slumbfira by Detective Lobb, who hag beeti superintending the line of quarantine, and ask. ed to step over to the A.P.P. headquarters where he was charged with infraction of the quarantine law. His case will be disposed of'next week. Great War Veterans Association. The Great War Veterans Association wish to tender their thanks to the members of the Chinook Local L'nion No. 1126 U.JI.W. of A., for their very generous donation of $154. For Red Chess The honorary treasijrer of the Red Cross society acknowledges with thanks' donation of ?20.00 from the Ladies' Al,d of White school district per Mrs. Bert Tiffin. WHEN YOUR HAT IS OFF YOU'RE IT Speaking of Our Best Ad., Westbrook Bros, Oppoelte Bank of fiAontreal NOW IN STOCK GLUTEN.FEED 100 LB. SACKS OREATES-rXILK PRODUCER P.O. HYDE & CO. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE A FULL LINE FOR THE WEEKEND BEEF PORK VEAL MUTTON CHICKEN FOWL ALL FRESH KILLED R. COULTRY Phone 492 The Albe.-^ Meat Market Canada Food Board L'^enie Number 8-28692. With the Allied Armies in Belgium, Oct. 19.-In many of the tov/ns and localities where the allied troops have swept past, the people have become so demonstrative that they have interfered with the work of the soldiers. Runners and dispatch riders going through Courtrai, for instance, have not been making as good time as usual. This fact came to the knowledge of the British brigadier-genernl. who ordered the dispatch riders brought before him. One blushing-ly said that the charge against him and three others were quite true, adding; "but v/e could not help the delay, sir, for every time we go through a town we have been soundly kissed. It would not do to tell the women and girls we were in a hurry- They just insist on stopping our motorcycles, all wanting to kiss us at the same time." What the brigadier-general said was not recorded, but the j charge against the men wr^s \ dropped. i In the neighborhood of Turco- j ing and Roubaix, more than 100,- ! 000 civilians h.-ive been liberated. | Hysterical With Joy j London. Oct. 19,-The Daily Mail s correiipondent on the British front. '. describing a visit to Lalle, says; | "It was, a physical struggle to ad-1 vance and a sentimental struggle to ' wish to. All the mothers wanted their , babies kissed and one was bombarded i with embraces, hand shake.?, cheers i and thanks. j "Imagine the better part of the pop-; ulation. mostly women, all crowded : into one or two streets, hysterical with \ joy and all intent on expressing their, gratitude on being liberated. : "What had bitten into the souls of everybody was the deportations of 1918. Mottiers did not know where j their daughters had gone, nor what 1 had been their fate. To the very last, German exploitations went on in their usual manner ,a thousand .shirt.s and a thousand pair of trousers having been requisitioned on Tuesday. "What is said to be the 'supreme feat of the war at Lille' was the suc-ces.sful concealment of a cow for tour years. This cow is now being decorated to meet the British troops." ! AVinnipeg. Oct. 19.--The cash mar- i kets were dull and featureless. Oats 'closed l%c hisl'.er for October and |"sC bighar for D.?cernber. i Harley closed unchanged for Octo- ! ber and ijiC lower for Uecember. I Flax closed ^.c liwer for October; . ^i'c higher for Noveriibor and Ic high- ter for December. I Winnipeg Markets Oat>- Open Close Oct......... . ... S2-,.;. Doc......... . ... 74Vj Barley- Oct......... .... 99 ,99 Dec......... . ... .Wl 101 Fla.x - Oct......... . ... 323 Nov......... . ... 3Lt Dec......... . ... IIOSV; 310^ Cash Prices ' Oa:?- , Xo. C. W. Kxtra No. ! Feed . : No. 1 F'eed. . Ti.-., Barlev- No. C. \V. S9 ( Flax- ! No. 1 X. W. C. . . .No. :j C. W. 80' ............. 80" No. 2 Feed. . 7.3' No. 4 C. W. 9t NOTICE iarage 3rd Ave. S. Phone 633 1 Chevrolet 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 HIGINBOTHAM'S ENGLISH AMMONIATED TINCTURE of QUININE A very old fashioned, iWithal a very reliable remedy in such conditions as outala today. Influenza (Spanish or any other variety), Grippe, Colds, Fevers, etc., etc. 35c A BOTTLE I D. Higiabotham � Co - Limited � "AlUerta't Plantar BrVOSlaW* Whelesala errf Retail Chemlati. Phones 1515 and 322 Funeral on Monday The funeral of Douglas Grahm will take place'on Mondaj", Oct. 21, at It a.m. from Fetterly's parlors. Interment in the public cemetery, Rev. C. E. Cragg officiating. Meeting of Executive A meeting of the executive committee of the board of the Southern Alberta Air.algamated Fair, will be held in the mayor's office, city hall, on Monday next. Cost Him Five Thomas Spars ran foul of the city police last night when he was tapped on the shoulder just as he was in the act of putting down a deep one. He contributed |o and costs before the magistrate .this morning. Got Past the Police At least one citizen ran foul of the law yesterday in making an illegal entrance into the city. J. R. Duffey was at his farm when the prohibitive order went into force and he tried to get through the cordon of guards in his car. He was turned back at sever- ANNOUT^ CEMENT The executive committee of the Grfeat War Veterans' .is-sociation will meet in the club rooms on Monday, October i:3rd at S p.m. 262-lx .4 dance will be held in Burgmann's hall, 13th street north, every Saturday night. R. Burgmann in charge. Gents 75 cents; ladies free with er-ception of the war tax. 2G2-1 The Women's Missionary Society of the United church are hjilding a rummage sale and home cooking sale at the Miners' hall Tuesday, October 22. Donations will be gratefully received. 262-1 Undertaking |' IMPROVED METHODS WE WILL PAY YOU TOP PRICES FOR YOUR FURS Hides, Pelts, Etc. LETHBRIDGE HIDE, PELT & FCTR CO., LTD. Rear ^ real conservatlom loaf that is Quaker bread. Alv/.ys good to the last crumb. That's because if is juyt good br,iad v/nll baked. Better,try Quaker breac: fpr awhile Madam. It beats the hot kitchfjn these ^lays bewdes it Is John Gilrtiore, Limited, Bakers. Is such uood bread. CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER fr-87� The Bulk of the Christmas Parcels Sent overseas last year were 30 days late in getting there. ^ Now Is the time to make your selections, i)ack your box and send it on its way � . NOVEMBER 15TH is to delay until the last minute. Between now and then concentrate on the subject of your boy. A LOOK INTO The Twentieth Century Book Store "Everybody's Book Shop" Will Suflgost Something for the Occasion. BOOKS by the IhouBauilB arc' needed lor shipment overseas. Hospital libraries Must Be Increased in Size and Number ;;apldly. This means a very pj'eBerit need for more books-of entertainment and diversion.  514 Fourth Avenue Phone 613 Office Equipment and Stationery stenographer's Note Books........................, 9B.8S per 100 Typewriter Carbon........................ $2.00 to $3.60 per box Typewriter Ribbons ..........................76c and $1.00 each Second Sheets......................... $1.25 and $1.50 ;>er 1,000 EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE EVERALL & FRANKS SInnot Block Cor. 4th Ay$, and Sth St. NOI^OHEIMER PIANOS KOISON PHONOGRAPHS AS8INIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everythino Musical" SIS 6th Street South Phone 1&45 ;