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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta J - NOnOHCIMCR PIANOa KDI80M PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Ev�ryth!no Mu�lc�l" 11S �th Street South Phone 1545 LET J. GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECOIIATOR 964 11th Street S. Phone 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Reason-able Prjces. We Sell Nothing but the Best SOUTHERN ALBERTA RAISED MEATS I DELANY'S Meat Co. Onwsite Dallas Hstel Phone Canada Food Board License Number 9-2664 452 EXCEPTIONAL. VALUE That is what one \vholt�s�lei- told us about our .Vu. 1 .Jonathan, Apples that, we have just got In. \o wonder wht'ii they are niii'teil jit ?o.00 anil over wlioh-.yile price. - ^ Remember 251 Czscs, all No. t, wh;Ie ihey last, per case......$2.70 WE DELIVER FOR A SMALL CHARGE, N REMEMBER EVERYTHING WE HAVE IN THE STORE IS'REDUCED IN PRICE ON A CASH AND CARRY BASIS. YOU SAVE BY DEALING HERE. THAT 18 YOUR DUJY IN THESE WAR TIMES. USE YOUR SAVINGS TO BUY VICTORY BONDS-NEXT WEEK IS THE TIME TO GET THEM. The Dainty Miss Prefers SYLVODORA PAGE POWDER Because of its exquisite fineness and delicate fragrance. Besides, in Sylvedora she gets a complexion powder that is practically InviaiWe and-positively free-from gritty particles so common In moat powders. ' By all means, jf you would be. rnodish,,try. Sylvodora, for we know it will charm you in many ways. Packed in handsome boxes that ornament your dresser-50c. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. 5 Stare NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHqNE 14�7 THE GOOD CO.. High-class Cash Grocers Phone 525 Canada Foo,d Board License Ndi 8-599 HE TERMS OF AN ARMISTICE IVMliiiicion, Oct. 24.-Discussion �eatred here today on the probable mit: the matter to the military men. It will be the missioD of military ad-TiaorB 'to - translate general principles into conciete terms of Jortresse.? to be �ccttpled; submarine bases to be placed under guard; munitions plants to l)e dismantled and strategic rail lines to lie secured against German iise. Since an armistice on allied / terms means ain end of i^e war, attention also must be given to demobilization f the German army. In itself a long Oats- Oct. ... DcL-. .. . Ii;irley-Oot. ... Dec. ... Flax- Oct. ... Nov. ... Dec. ... Winnipeg Oat:- Extra No. 1 N'o. 1 Feed.. Rejeoteil. Flax-No. 1 X. W. C. process, since tlie great force would not be turned back to civil life overnight. The machinery far the formu-latiou of the terms already exists. The military aud naval boards of the supreme war council at Versailles furnishes the natural avenue for the as-; *> �: � � sessing of the views of the military i Barley- leaders and bringing them into har- 3 C "VV mony in a definite statement of the conditions upon which fighting could" come to an eud. Marshal Foch. as supreme commander, and General.-^ ; Petain. Haig. Pershing. Diaz and Gill- ' ian, the Belgian chief of staff, are ex-oflicio members of the army board, as the admira:ls coiutnunding the Jour : great navies. British. French, American, and Italian, are ex-officio members of the board. The president proposes that the ' terms to be drawn up by^these mili-. tary and naval ag:encles are to be sub-  mitted to'the respective governments  associated against Germany for rati- i fication before they are given to the ! German government. The supreme war council, composed of the premiers j of the allies,, and President Wilson. : probably would pass on the program. ' since It is only armistice conditions ' and not. peace treaties which are to be \ considered. / I Cash Feed SIV- Markets Opeti ... :09u ,!.it> . . . ',iO ' ... Prices Close luT No. c. w. snii ............. SS-'s No. 2 Feed.. 7S [i^ ............ -ti 07 No. 4 Feed C. T,V. 102Vj ...... i't; Heed the ing Shiver chills running up and your, spine may prove Cold down ominous signals of approaching colds, la grippe, ot>,'. PENSLAR LAXATIVE COLD BREAKERS relieves colds aud similar complaints in an almost magical way. It is gently laxative and by loosening the bowels, stimulating the secretions and increasing the activity of the various vital orgatis it expels every vestige of colds, la, etc. Price 25c box CITY AND DISTRICT Tenants Should Register Friday is the day on which tenants may register their nftmes for the voters' list of the city. Registratiou must be made at the office of the city assessor at the city hall. V Funeral of John Norman The funeral of .lohn W. Norman, whoso death is announced elsewhere in today's issue, will take place from Fetterly's parlors on Sunday afternoon at 2.U0. IT is more economical to ufe Paint tiian it is. not to use it. Lumber costs more than Paint-Paint preserves. Lumber. All Paints are not suited to Western conditions. House Paint has been made in Western Canada for 33 years with thorough knowledge of cllmatiCjrequirements. Genuine white lead, oxide of zinc, pure colors and Manitoba linseed oil, erround by perfected machinery-these are the points that make ^Qudisf House Paint your most^ economical purchase for all outdoor work. .:: 23 PHONES: Business Has been cancelled. The schtJoIs wrtr not open^pn the 29th as was intended hut -will remain closed until opening is advised By the' Provincial Board of Health. Death of Soldier's Wife The death of Ada Grace Shear, wife of likigar Shear, took place in the city last night at the residence of her father, H. E. .lacks. Mr. Shear is at present, overseas with the American Forces in France. The funeraUwill take place on Saturday at 2 p.m. from Fetterly's parlors, Rev. A. E.' Snow officiating. iiUerment will be in the Anglican cemetery. Southern Alberta Men Wounded The mailed list of cas'ualties-repoi the following jas woUnded: Pte. Alfred Smith, enlisted Pinclier Creek, next-of-kin, England; Pte. Robert McKay, next-of-kin, Mrs. D. G. .McKay, Crau-bropk; Acting Bombardier Fred Ingram, next-bf-kin, Hari-y Ingram, 1,516 3rd Ave. N., tethbridge; Pte. Secord -K. Allin, enlisted Pincher Creek, : next-of-kin, Benmiller, Ont.; Pte. Har-1 1 ry Kent,, enlisted I/ethbridge, next-of-kin, England; Pte. John .1. Kendall.; j whose wife live.s at Prn,lrie Rose i ranch, Rothwell, Macleod; Clarence Botts, son of Mrs. J. A. Betta, Coutts; Fte. Brotz Baker, Taber, is repoi*ted gassed. � YOU'LL LOOXLIKE . "A GOOD HEAD" After Leaving This Shop Westbr > : .;, .j . PARIS SATISFIED ' Paris. Oct. il. -- President Wil.son's reply to (Jermany was received in i:o,-,ipetent finar-ters here today with entire ap-j)roval. Tell You What to Subscribe Tom Chryst, who has a large wheat: farm in the artesian well basin south, jof Grassy Lake, has just rettn-ned from a trip to-his former houe at LaCrosse,' VVashiugtom He states there are many cages of Spanish influenza in that dis. Irict. . The activities tor carrying on ; Halifax, X. s.. Oct. 24.-Hun. G. H. [the war to a successful coucltisiou are, 1 Murray, premier of Nova Scotia, in a evitlent on every hand, and tin- new letter received by the board of control Liberty *l,oan was subscribed to gen-today, stated that, he has been advised erously in the Palouf-- course of a debate as .^.dough-heads." Mr. Lathrop's Absence The premi'-r wrote,'However, that it o. T. Lathrop was calleti to Arkan-' the city authorities were desirous of sas hy a report of the sefious Illness having au election held the provincial of his f.-Hher. He now reports from government would be prepared to use there that the old gentleman is in the the good offices of the .legislature at hospital at Fort Smith, Arkansas, NOTICE! As Long as the Quarantine,Regulations are in Force the V Street Cars Will Not be Operated oh Sun4ay$ M. FREEMAN, COMMISSIONER the next .session to secure the passage of logislatioj) validating the election. _ r, .> .:.:. > : > .;. .J. ,> waiting an operation %vitliin the next few days. The .father visited here last year, and will he remembered by those who met him as a hale and hearty man -who would be jiidged as Dnt., Oct. 24.-Cadet ,1. !'of middle age. rather than quite an old R. Spcer. of ():ikbauk, Man., v/as kill- gentleman. .A,aide froi* the local ed today a.s the result of a flying acci- trouble which necessitates the opeV-'dent at Camp .Vloliawk at 10.15 this ation, his health has heen very good, mornSng. ao It is considered conditions are fav- AN AIRMAN KILLED __