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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OCTOBER M. II lit. LKTlimui )(.!. ;v; -Y llliKALh 'PAGE KLhlVfcrXN >?*>** The Union CO.IT mooting which wits to have been held In the Y.M.C.A. on .Monday evening Is postponed until further notice.    The Ladles' Aid tit St. Patrick's church will hold their annual bazaar December 13th and 14th.  * � The Sir Alexander (Jalt Chapter" I. O.D.E. aiinounco the receipt of $1 from Mrs. William Oliver for Tag Day.  �  Tho Art Needlo Work club will not meet on Monday ufternoon as usual. create and sustain public :>"iil iment In favor of strict compliance with the food regulations. vc express our gratification concerning tlie attitude of the nations toward wait line prohibition, realizing it If � 'ioiennining factor In national ollt O * O VICE PRESIDENT Winnipeg, Oct 10. D. IV Ilanna, president, of the Canadian Northern railway, made, the following announcement, today: "M. II. M. there is a burglar in the GIBSON Ylllran Advocate was solemnized a! hyterlau church. V.i.i day. October the 7>h Dr. Logan, when o�ri daugliter of Mrs. F. t was married to He � son of Mr. and Mr-, of Montreal. Only Motives were preseni mi bride's eldest brother France. The bride looktM golng-away dress of trimmed with gre\ i. py couple left on in after which they will t Both parties an district and were \.-'()N. V tehe>: tonight-ami wake up in the morning to find them gone- .1. I>. Itiginliotiiam e> ('(>.. r.til.. druggists. I.i.|hbridge.--Advertisement. The L.iccuxd'Vi/cLsB many valuable pre . nt.-.. among the many being a beautiiul cut Klass service presented to !!;�� bride hy tht; staff of the Canadian liatik of Comrneri-e, with whom slie Inn! h."'!i associated for the past twelve month.:.    * .> .> .:. : :� : ; : .> : > : > Is Yours a Case for the Doctor or the Dentist �? MOR0 than half of the present day nllments. if-.not. actually caused by bud teeth, are directly encouraged by them. Of course, K you have contract-tI some ailment, or tllBoase In which your teeth piny- n pari, It 1� tho doctor's business to cure you. nnd when you are cured, he will undoubtedly tell you to go to the dentist, and have your teeth attended to. Why wait for the doctor to uehtl yon? Avoid disease and doctor's hills and have your toeth put iu shape ni>w. Don't hesitate. Dentistry As We Practiie It Is a Gentle Art Drs. Brunei", Richards & Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridgc LETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA CALGARY OPFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL BLOCK. FOOD BOARD FLASHES FOR FEMININE FOLK. The following resolutions wore passed at tho recent provincial W.t.'.T.U. convontlon hold in Calgary: 1. .We commend the action of the Dominion government for their order-in-count'il by which tho manufacture, importation and Intcrprnvlnclal ex- Just how bc.riou^ loo.l eoinlitions arp change of all distilled nnd malt llqUord , In Oerniany may )e juilucil from a re-except for medicinal purposes was) cent examination of samples of bread at the Chemical Institute of Ends Stubborn Coughs in a Hurry Yor t-fftl fn>ctl\cnp��. tlda old Iinm^* uuult^ rpim-ily Iiiim no riiuol. Kui* llj- and rhruplr i>rr|wml. prohibltoti. Resolved that we commend the action of the Dominion government in granting the full franchise to the women of Canada. S. That we oxpres.i our appreciation of the action of the cabinet in Inviting a numbor of the representative women of the Dominion to confer with them on sonio of the important issues of the tlay. 4. Resolved that we express our regret to the senate over their rejection of tho omontlmfint of the criminal code whoroby thoy have refused to raise the uge of consent, and further that wo respectfully ask them to reconsider their vote on this question. 5. That we strongly recommend that our women strictly observe the food regulations antl thereby help to Research in Leipzig. The following foreign bodies were i,,ii: d to ho present In the bread: Feathers, thread, wadding, lysol, paper, wood, straw, gypsum, chalk, splinters and sand. Indeed, the bread of one large bakery contained about 1- per cent of copp-.'i' in the form of venligri-. IE n ul The Atioclalsd Board of the Royal Academy of Music & the Royal College of Music LO&DON, ENGLAND. Far Lout Examination* in Muiic in British Empire PATRON> HitMajtHythmKing. Th� Annual EacmiMtioni, both Practical ani ThKxttlcal will b* hlld th[Mi(hout Canada aa fallen i NUCTICALS-M.r t Jum. 1919, (Miartfai U l�aUtj.) THSOKETICAU-Ni*Mbtr 9lk am, 1918 �4 1* April, 1919. Two Gold and two Silver M*d*U art ofttrtd annually alio ona Scholifahip, entitling winner to i year* fraa tuition at one or other of the Collcgrs to UtkUr. Ttmm �taminatrani**tha '>.ihut itnndml t**t of mviical efluieocv in iha wot Id todayr-ate optn ta> iht puplW m( ALL teachari c* music. The miuic nqulraa foe prtparation, SylleUii and all other paniculara can ba obtatnrJ on application to M. waring davis. Rftldeat SacnUrr. 9 VY7 Stair Straal, MOMTRCAL That Was Reason for Hun Pence Proposal-Austria Helped It Along. ? You'll never know lio�- qu'ukiv a liad rmigli can bo connucri-d, Until you try this famous old lioini'-iiiftdVrcoicdv. Aiit- | onn who bag cuii^brd all dnv 'and nil i iii^'ht, Avill say tlmt the immediate relief ' l'iveii is almost like inti�ic. It- takes out a moment, to prepare, and really there in iiothiiifr letter for cou�lis. Into n lii-nr. lintt.le. put Z\r and Rives you a more p-eiitivi*. cifcctjve remedy. It keep.4 perfectly and tai-tcs pleasiuit-Cllildl'i 11 like it. You can feel tills take hold inufnntlr, FoethiiiR and liralinj; the memlirnnrft lit all the air passnirefl. It promptly loowns n drv, tiflit ceu/rJi, und soon you will notice the phloem thin nut and then disappear altoyetlier. A day's use will usually hrenk iip-nii ordinary tlim.it or chest Void, and it is iiIao splendid for liroiicliitis), croup, whoojiinjj cO'jkIi, nnd broiu'h'ml n.�thnia. Pinex is a most ralunlde- ronoenlrated compound of genuine Xurw;iv pine ex-�iraet. known as the most reliable remedy for throat mid rhest. ailments. To avoid disappointment. a�lc vottr dniCL'ist for "il!, ounces of Pinex" with full dirertinnR and don't accept anything e'.se. Guaranteed to plvo absolute �atis-f.iotion or money promptly refunded. The Pinex Co., Toronto, Oa(. His Master's Voice In the Willis Piano Store, Hull Block Have vou been in lo look over our Not a Corn or Callus on Feet Apply few dropi, then lift them off without pain. A noted Cincinnati authority diacovored a new other compound and called It froezono nnd It now enn lie had In little bottle* for a fow cents from nny drug store. You simply apply � *fiw dror* of treezone upon a tender corn or painful cal-Iuh and Instantly tho wore-uohb disappears then Hhortly you will find the corn or ctilluu so loono that you can lift It oft with v. * tlnfieia. Ill |1 No imln, not a bit of V" *>v soreness, either when up-w'V^llll'l P'y'111! fi'euzonn or after-I * I warda and It doean't oven I j AI Irritate tho a^in. 'ttf Hard cornB, soft corns, ,09 or coniB between tho toeB, /jar also touKhonud cniluaen, Wj JuBt Bhrlyql up and lift oft bo easfy. It Is wondorful! It works lllto it charm. Try It! Women should Keep freezonc on their dresaers mm! never lot u corn tvttye iwioe,-AdyKtwoment. London. Oct 1!).-TnterestioK particulars are now available cnncorniiiK the recent lu'.ppenlnus iu (Jormany leadiiiK up to the Hondinrr of tho ficr-; nuin reply to President Wilson's questions. Aecnrdiiu; t� Ilie Kssen ZeituilB, the decision to reply uffirmatively wt'� reached at a meeting of the crown council In Berlin, where den. Ludcndorff mado n nloomv report on tho military situation. In the presence of Emperor William and all the federated princes, tho kcu-ernl, according to this newspaper, declared the sltuntlon wns suih that (Sermnny miRlit he invaded within a ft.w weeks. In view of his ureal prom-i=ofl liist sprliiK, ho was made the subject of bitt�r reproaches. Prince Maximilian of linden, the imperial chancellor, said the war muat bo stopped nt once. KiiiK l.udwiK of Rnvarin sharply criticized l.udendorff. while KiHK Wl'.lium of Wurtemburn declared a heavy retitionslbilty ro'stcd upon Km-peror William. The (Irand Duke of M'-aso complained of military interference in political mutters. The chancellor finally cut the recriminations hliort. the iti'WHimper adds, by props:;-Ins submission to' President Wilson's terms. Indications thut Gen. l.udendorff was probably correctly representod iu his attitude by. tho ICttsen news-pnper is contained."In n niOHange from tho Berlin correspondent of tho Danish paper llerlinginsk Tidende, which is,ports that, nt tho end of September, Ludcndorff declared thut ho had lost the Enme and could only hold the wost-iern front for a fortnight. At the same time Kulgai'iu guvo In and, concurrently with Ijudendortfti doulnrallon of his defout, thero came nn ultjpmtiiin from Austria-Hungary stntlug that Germany Khoiild request peace, as otherwise the dual monarchy could not take any further responsibility, a Cuoch revolution being expected, the correspondent adds. It is hold that I3aron Ruriitn'B.speech on President Wilson's luteal note is nlso In the nature of an ultltuhl'um to Oerniany, although similarly nuHlcod'in, courteous phrases. "-......� � , HARVESTING ABOUT OVER AT M0O8E JAW Moose Jaw, Oct. 19,�i-Jtaivo8yne (a fairly well tihlBhed^dn.; litis dtstrlet. Farm hands �re-,.uW milliner to'engage at u monthly into of $00 nnd $70 for fall work. After tho ircezo-iip the fnrmors have signified their Intention to pay about $35 a month and hoard lor tho winter mouths. ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow For full Information apply to Agents or Company's Office, 270 Main St., Winnipen. Victor Record stock yet? A great many hava already availed themselves of this new assortment. Come in and try our service, we are here to serve. Do you enjoy a brilliant violin number? You should bear Helfetz play the "Hebrew Melody" (No. 74568) or "Ave Maria" (N'o. 7lf><;:!i. Hour the grout, lyric tenor, .lolin McCormack sing "The Irish Emigrant." (No. 742S7) or "Dear Old Pa! of Mine" (Mo. (M78.VI. "The IUtdlnme of Your Ryes" (N'o. 451551 by the. composer of "I.nddie In Khaki" nnd "Till tho Boys i'oiiio Home," full of warm, rich harmonies. On the reverse side of No. .15155 you have 'Smiles," over which nil New York is raving. , WE INVITE YOU TO COME AND HEAR REMEMBER THE LOCATION (HULL BLOCK)-707 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH WILLIS PIANO store There's Pure Nutrition and Body-Building Nourishment in Crystal Dairy Milk Pure milk is absolutely necessary to the up-building of children's health. They should be urged to drink it freely and often. It is the most beneficial food for babies and growing children. m- ........ , Our milk is absolutely free from impurities and adulterations. It is bottled by scientific methods in a hygienic dairy and is clarified and pasteurized. ORDER IT DELIVERED TO YOUR HOUSE EVERY MORNING....... The CRYSTAL DAIRY Ltd PHONE 1576 ;