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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2i1, 1918 'BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus H^T AN* COAT- fH r the new order are corn flour, bar-war contracts in a big plant at ley flour, rye flour and oat flour. Youug.stown. Charley Rigler is go-i in u fatatement issued today by ing to France to do' Y.M.C.A. work. Canr. Geo. D. iiiini. Alberta represen-Charley Mor'an i.s assisting in the tative of the food board, it is explained training of Uncle Sam's student army th;it iho millers aro now -workipg un-at the Southern school. Bill Byron is der the nnv, order ^lad must sell 20 working at his trade in Detroit, He per (.-eiii. of thf four cereal flour sub-is a steanifitter. He tried to enlist stitutes named with all sale.'? of white j and they wouldn't take him. He's got flour. a lot of money anyway and doesn't Jn order (o permit retailers to dis-have to. Bob ?:m = ;ie likewirjo. Er- pope of their pri^sent stock of other nest Quigley, like Moran, is coaching .substitutes and flour purchased un-a detachment of the student army, der tlie former order they are per-heing assigned to St. Louis Vniver- niitted to furnl.sli consumers with the sity. ! old line of substitutes up to Novem- 'ihat includes about all the prom- ber 1st, after wlu'ch date all sales of inent ones. If there are any mora it v.-hite flour imi;^;, be made with 20 was not the intention to ignore them. ; per cent, of corn flour, rye flour, oat -----------\ flour or barley rlour. I The baker.s of the province were SCOTT PERRY CASE SETTLED . ,,,,an�Uv T,ntifio,l v^terrtav that (, with tha iM o( tomp umI water, the faenef.iMayof nur xMim in o frcdhi, oImb, cvnAKtabls condifioD, Vow aeldiar wiMi|tiniii|^ mora than ajirtUotf u AMoStr{>-�lu cnlT mrar Mat  utiaaiicaJJr ateriMna im mm bM�. thanfon. tko oiJr ana that i> panMBaellr tmitr t- Price $S^ Sle, Mm* wiU 4rffcMr �m AutMn>fltmm�r Otmm'iy Mm* �;ntt pp'';-y's rotfiution by the Philadf-liihia Amciican loam. The ;n.junftio,'i .r^i-anloil las-r, Jiiiic nn petition of ComUt Macl:, Vnu iii;.i-,a.:,'Ci' of tho Philadelpl'.ia .Amcricrin Joague | team, was di.^.'iOlvod on .'italoment of ; attorneys that the bad j been settled out of court. j Tho food boiird has completed ar-ranniOT^ic-ntn vvneroby the substitute co:<'-i! flours ;H-f; now available at pmcticslly (ho .'ame prices as the standard wheal flour. FAMOUS SOCCER PLAYER KILLED Topeka, Kan.-John A. McBrldo of Topcka, widely known throughout thf middle v/est as ^ fioccer playor, wa.s killed in action in France on September 27, according to a cablegram made public here by hi.i wife. He was fighting with the Canadian forces. ROAi/IER MAY BE RETIRED New York.- Roamer, the champion race horse, has probably made his last appearance on lIio turf. Jack Gold.s-horou,gh. the trainer of the liorrie, re-I.'orted to Andrew Miller, hir-i owiiuf, that the farncniri race liorKe Hhov/ed signs of breaking down, and it was announced at the Empire track that Ue would be rotireii i�r this year. ;OEP[i[NCE OF mm URGED ii:i!y n \-|i;tory Bonil.) .\nist'.;rdain, Oct. 24.-Advice.? received from I'.iuiapest say that in the unterhnuK Weilnr;-daj' Count Karolyi, in moving a if;''filiilion in favor of the I independence d!' Hungary, demanded ! the rep.lgnal ion of the Welcerle cflbl-j net. Tho rr-.-oiiiilon also called for I the concluHion nf a separate peace, dissolution ol' tho nllianco with Gcr-jinan.v, acknov,icdeercent of tho.lnde-ipendcncc o|- ih.:; i.outh Slavonians and {ilie prorluinaiioji nf a Hunenrlan king 10 re ide in Budapest. Count Kar. nlyi declared If Uio demands were resisted, he himself would ,tako meant secure tliolr (.xlstengg..,,'^ Toronto. Oct. 24.-That Canada may do a 1500,000,000 business in the reason that the coming Victory I^oan objective is that figure. If less than that .sum is raised the business which the country will do will be exactly less by the amount of the deficit. That is tho declaration of Sir Thomas White, minister of finance, who arrived home this morning from the wast and leaves tonight or tomorrow for Ottawa. "All over Canada I have found the greatest enthusiasm tor the loan," .said Sir Thomas. "Courage and confidence are what are wanted now." The effect of the influenza epl-doniio on the loan prospects is not greatly feared by Sir Thomas, who said that some let-up is to be expected in the near future, "i have confi-denoe," he said, "that before the commencement o� the Campaign the epidemic will have left UB,and meetings will be able to be held once more, which will help In the,work ot the drive." MAY LEihlD Vulcanizing! We understand how to take care ot all kinds of tire troubles.-Punctures, blow-outu, worn treads, etc., repaired in first class shape. We kuow our business.' Lethbridge Tire & Repair Station F. B. McKlnnon, ProprUtor OPPOSITE BANK OF MONTREAL SOS Sixth Street S. Lethbridge, Alta. Phone 481 "SERVICE THAT SATISFIES" We Handle All Standard Tires and Tubes. Buy First Class Repaired^Tires, $12.00 up. Store Your Car for the Winter We can store your car for $5.0 per month in the WooUenMiUs. This is a practically lire proof building. We have also made arrangements to take care of your storage battery for $ 1.00: per month. BAALIM MOTOR Co. BACK OF UNION ;?iAW LEAVE YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBfOMR REp^RO^a B^^ 023846 6 26 10 ;