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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOitOHKIMER PIANOt RDISOfc PHONOGRAPHS ASSINiaOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Evfrythlno Musical" 815 6th Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD! GEORGE MORGAN "HOUSE DECORATOR > 984 11th Street S. Phone 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Reason-nble Prices. SPECIAL FOR TONIGHT TWO ITEMS YOUR FAMILY WILL SAY ARE FINE BEEF VEAL Boiling Roast, per lb.*i5c Roast Cuts Pot Roast, per lb. . 20c 20c and 25c CHOICE STUFF AND FRESH KILLED DELANY'S Meat Co. Opp. Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Can ida Food Bcvc" License Number 9-266-; YOUR WINTER SUPPLY OF. . . Apples and Vegetables CAN BE STOCKED UP NOW FOR VERY LITTLE MONEY. LATER ON THEY ARE SURE TO BE CONSIDERABLY HIGHER IN PRICE. LOOK AT OUR PRICES ON THESE GOODS. I APPLES. .No. 1 Jonathans, Wagners and Roman Bciuties, 5 box lot assorted or over, per box 2.70 POTATOES. Dry and mealy, per cwt.'..... 1.90 CARROTS, per cwt....................... 2,75 BEETS, per cwt........................... 2.75 TURNIPS, per cwt......... ............... 1.73 ONIONS, finest winter stock, per cwt......3.25 When buying onions for winter be sure you get the winter stock, otherwise they will not keep. CABBAGE, per cwt...................'.____2.20 Oil of Eucalyptus nuirr.in?. 1'rr mime . >f Oil el Kuedlyptii- was ri ivivi'il this Face Masks Tie r- is eertnin to 1" early, iSach ............ a -l'mrtiii;,' if the - 25c 15c THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. "i:. Oet. Tim i:nsh mar-w'Tc dull �nd featureless today. Oats elo-ed unchanged for October and ;,i lower for December. Iliirb�> clo.-. ,1 1 l3o lower for tjitii-li-'- ami U- li)'..vr for December, liax clo.-i ,1 lie lower for Oeiob'T; and !l,'..e lower for November tJMV\ Parley- Oil............. Id? IV.............. !!' . l'�, l"la\ - Minn., i) t. i-'v The first inc from t:i.. �i;;ti' i 11 \- ii�- riven; \!iiiiic.-om for-iiMiouiii ed today by ('. late in-uraiice comm:.-- St. IMill. arrot re-u ligation of tii est fir.'^. was I.otii- Week-, fioller .1. K Peters, of t.'ik"n iiitu i-ii.-:i� lnaieil tint' t'le property from fore.-; fin - totalled b OiHi.nrii* .tinl J;;h,ih'�i,"iiii. .Ml Lake. �iiar.iie ()tt..wa. Oct .'">. - Sir Uoii-.-rt P.orilen bought the first Viiinry bond today. Ills subs, riptiuii v.'a.s receive i be Sir Thomas White, minister of limine- The Ottawa campaign wa- nifii ,nll\ opened by tiie prime mini-lei at e.i open air nieetiiii: on I'oniiaimh; ea'd -tar ioik:- e.-t !us- abut 'tween Jl'o Scpiare. Sir Kobert. accompanied bv nut '; Sir Tbom.is White, was e-ioi'ted to the i�K I meeting by the loe.il Victory Loan I l".im-. I tu a brief -peeeh Sir "i'ii.en.i.- >-m-plia-iz.-il tii.- netvl for Hi" -nri'.-.- of tiie loan, Tbet-.- -houid !>' no ne.n . \ ie i-aiil. until Germany had !� un-'il j In r les-on. atni "we are free f.ioii the iOel. . N\,v. � ' Pee. i l.h No. ,.' Kxtra N". ; i , I'.ar I No. ". I Ha: 1 No 1  N'n. :14TVj Ca:h Prices W. iv si No. No. W. Ved. W. ie n. w r. �' w. ... Calcary N ). I �'. \V. HC ......'.......:m:� ..............air. COLD STORAGE .In-t reading the natti"- !n bulletin-, tin- I'.ennali- may iiandw: itum on the wall Mai eiKmia Siberia menaep that the w.n'ul." lias bv n IiatiKiim r.i-1. GO BACK TO BELGIUM I'aris. Oet. Members (it to l'iati eiibiliet whose presence i- li"ee---ary in the re-eotnilii-reil territ'iry of lielsilim. will leave Havre tills .w.-l;. tmorjling to a dispatch to the ivr't .leurnal. At. a festival to be ^iveu o'i Wednesday for the ,lbl of l-'reiuli .a.lor.-. opportunity will be tal;..n to take formal leave and thank tiie French government for its hospitals;}. . 1 s II". Ire.l EIGHTEEN NEW SHIPS I WE'VE BEEN SELLING GOOD MEATS IN LETHBRIDGE FOR 30 YEARS AND ARE'STILL DOING SO. R. C0ULTRY Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market Canada Food Hoard License Number 8-286U3. Washington. Oet. 1'S.-Eighteen new 1 ships were addnd to the American ^] fleet during the week ending Oc\ 'J.Y ' | The deliveries announced today by j the shipping board, included the Vie-1 ; torious, an ll.Suu ton vessel built at I Alameda. Cal'fcinia. und the Cape j .May. of lO.loo tons, built a�5parrow> S I'oint. .Mil.  Out j Or. Geo. Thomson. Sprlngliulfl died a vii-tluf of influenza. i Kitchc-ner'.s iiopuiation is placed by j the assessor at l'j.Tti,". an increase of I t'l over tiie previous year. William Ha per, T.j, a conductor on the G. T. U; for more than forty years. died at his home in Windsor. STORAGE TO RENT Excellent Rooms for Potatoes and Produce. F. 0. HYDE & CO. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE ax. N'.S.. O.-r. ICIglit lint;- , iibiier- ret nine:! from Krunce are in Uie ei'y and pas.ed tUrouK>> Utir , district today. The majority of them are for provinces nest of \Vova Sco- ! tia. .Miions those in the parly U I'le. ' William Grim^'naw, foriiHttly of the i loth liattaiion, who was :t prisoner of ; war in Germany for two years and : returned uiinu- an eyu. Perhaps the | most war-ridden roldler In the j arty is I',.-, riiarbs MeDojjaU. Collins- j wood. out., who belonged to Hie orl-' niual 1 .It'll liattali'in which went across' with tiie first ship woil.i'i.i were put Into immediate ef-t'e-l liy the -liipbuilding laiior titljiist-nn-tif board, hut no announcement was made by the fuel administrator affecting ii'iliei i and some otticials of that braueii said tiie announcement was premature. The uwatd provided S-.0 cents hour for skilled ship workers, ibe pief*- rate work schedule is io be changed at the present time, -killed woikeii were given substantial tecreisc.'. and provision is made for i'-viewing Hie award every six months iii�1 inei'.'asiiig the wages to meet in- ctieai-ed tost, of ItyillK. I'm- anthracite coal miners ..rui'V recommended wage from 4'^ i.-entii un hour for  I'tisiilrt the mines and rhtimated iivit-iif.i! earnings to contract miners of approximlilely Jii.litt a day. CARD OF THANKS Mrs. .1. Norman and family wish to tluiuk their many friends for the great kindness and sympathy shown In their recent sad bereavement. Especially the Oreat 'War Veterans and city band, also the many floral tributes sent: Creat War VeteraiiK, wreath; wife and family, pillow; Mr. and Mrs. Morris, .las. Home, .1, A. Johnson, Mr. and .Mrs. IL Piinnell, Mr. and Mrs. li, Andrews, M'r. and Mrs llallitiitine, Mr. I and Mrs. A. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Win. j Carter. Sir Alexander Gait Chapter. Mr. and Mrs. K. Sineml, l'lmployees .nl berciiveinent of their eldest daughter Ada firnee, and especially Mr. and .Mrs. Pearson, Mrs. Hondei'ion and tho Returned Voteruns. 26111 NEAR PREZAUIVIE^MA FACESA F llriilsh lleadi|uarter�i Oft. JS. -(neuter's Afc'eni y i As a result of much sharp fighting the. Hritlsh liuve. steadily neared Valenciennes and Le Ques-noy. Patrols huvn found I.u F'olle farm evacuated, but rtio Ceimuiis aro holding Prezau and Marescos In strength i and tire digging in on the high ground northward toward Prezau. Several fires have been observed in the neighborhood of the Alniliies, Mar-vollftH and SarbrucB iintl ti heavy ex-plosion look i.laee today, probably from a dump, at Crupilly. Patrols lia.ve reached the Canal du Juril. und the second army continues to progress despite, a harassing fire from the enemy long.range artillery. F CONSIDER WAR BONUS Ottawa. O'i 2S.-Tile cabinet cottil ' il will meet ill spc'dal session on Wednesday tio.\t to givefurllier consideration of the rcijuesl of the civil ser-vicu federation to a war bonus of Jt.'ai for all members of the civil servile It. is exported an announcement will be made before the end of i bo week. 'Flu Snickers I'd (illicitly don a soldier's mask, Or chase the Hun a mile, Utit I couldn't wear a muslin mnsk And see a fellow smile. YOU'LL LOOK LIKE "A GOOD HEAD" After Leaving This Shop Westbrook Bros Opposite Bank of Montreal Bat Mis. lrina Cody CJarlow, daughter of "Buffalo bill" Ih dead at Cody, Wyo. Amsterdam, Thursday, Oct. ':l.-\'i I enua Is threatened with a fond cri-'s| in the most acute form. The Vosnlaiie j Zeltung hears thill deputation^ of ( Auatiinns have gone to lleiiln an,l | Uresden l^ beg urgently for immedia't j usslstance to avert tho worst. | Tho Vienna municipally has onlvj three weeks' riulous left, and stipplfe*. I notably from Oallcla, have been slop-' jied by the C/.eeb farmers and rail wuy men. Other deputations Iiav,, bur-  licdly gone tii Agram, Prague und ltud tipest to do their utmost to peivuade the C'zecbo lo not allow the people of Vienna to starve, I'lioiiiployment is widespread in Austria. j A NEW CREATION WEBSTER'S NEW INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY THE BEST IN SCHOLARSHIP, CONVENIENCE, AUTHORITY, UTILITY.  In Editions from..................75c to $20.00 The Twentieth Century Book Store 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613, A Well Baked Loaf-Quaker Bread Bread with.substitutes in require very thorough baking, The substitutes . hold tho meluture and If the loaf Is not thoroughly baked It will be doughy' \ and remain clammy no matter how.old It gets. We are keeping our overt cooler and leaving the bread in the^ove'n longer. That's what helps to make Quaker Bread a better |iaf4,Why ^aajje gjood in�r�Hi�nt� �*o*rimi.ntmn�. Madam, Use Quaker bread and aav John Gilmore, Limited, Bakers. ingredients experimenting', yotr materials and strength. ' CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMMER Office Stationery, Office Furniture; Filing Cabinets, Typewriters, Mimeograph Machines, Check Writers, Envelope Sealers, Stamp Allixcrs. EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE*. EVERALL jSc FRANKS filnnot Block 0�r. 4th Ave,> and Sth St. 3069592? ;