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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 31, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, 0ct01u2r 30, 1018 t?r.f-'/nmr.H ,r WKFKf.y iij-:im.!� PAGE nine ROYAl YEAST CAKES The quality of Royal Y��st Cakes is such that it cannot be improved, so we are improving the package. The chatige from a round to a square package will be made as rapidly as practical. The quality of the round and square cakes is guaranteed to be identical iR every respect. Each of the square cakes are wrapped separately by machinery, in wax paper, in such a manner as to make them practically airtight, and scientifically hygienic. ROYAL YEAST HAS BEEN THE STANDARD YEAST OF CANADA FOR NEARLY HALF A CENTURY E. W. GULETT COMPANY LIMITED toronto. canada WINNIPEG MONTREAL DIES AS A RESULT Unci; v.-|t i-;t I. .".) s n: � V :!!�:�:, : ",.',!'. !. > (!>;,. i Si^'i'itrin', !.> �> S.W illT"� i . jrli I'll' Ili'ilU'M'i! ( 'Hill I'll! llll'-Kill". .'.'ill.' ill ;, I 1c . : I i ' ;' I ' ' (',;:'.(,'.'.:'.'.'J l'i arri-.i ;ni'l In; � i DELIVERS AUSTRIAN NOTE i Washiii flon. Oct. -Minister Bk-' ennron. i f Sweden, delivered to Sn(. ! r>!l.ary ul .-Hate Lansing- today the ! iioi t was niaili; by the Socialist members of the lower house nf the German ro.ichst.lB on Tuesday that the ministry obtain tin' emperor's consent to n cliaiiKe in the constitution which irivea him the riKht to make war and peace. One of the secretaries announced in tlie limine on Wednesday that lie had been nntliurlzod to declare that, the emperor would in no way oppose the cliaiiKe. A Copenhagen dispatch announced on i)r'. 17 that, Germany's federal r'liincii had accepted a proposed am-emliiietu to the const lint'.on makliif: It imperative that, the consent of tho federal (ounnll be given before a de-i laration of war to he made in (be empire's name except in caves of Invasion, or attacks on the coast. (Krom O'lr Own Con ^ponili-nn (�iirtlnton, Oct. "1.--Them was a fatal shooting accident al l.eavllt yesterday, .los. Leavitt, son of Mr. and Mm. Thus. U. I>eavitt was liiniiiiifc with blx brother Matthew when Hie Bun of the last, named dlseiiar(;ed �c-elflentally and Joseph received a terrible wound in tho )>lp. lie was rushed to Cardston. where the viniinl was dressed and then taken to l.eiii-bridge where he afterwards, siicciiin-bed. The young man n.r- calico1 to Hie colors last spring and was home on harvest, leave. ]|� lias iiiiiip'ruiis re-latives in his home disirief. I'un"; oI arrangements are bcini; made at l.ea-vitt. .Mrs. S. A. Hale of Glenwonil died last, night at tile local hospital where she was taken last. .Saturday siippn-i-edly for appendicitis. Pneumonia developed and dentil occiured at '.I p.m. ] The husband was rushed from (lien-wood by Air. Thus. Archibald and was present for some tini" before !ht decease. l'Vitir small children survive. Kuneral and burial will be a! i;)eji-wood. Mr. and Mr-. Hah' came h"to. trom Oklahoma and have no but many friends here. Ten NnrwpRia, sal lore, rescued by a eniied States nnvnl vessel, are survivors of n steamship torpeiioed two weeks ai?o. The men .were rescmxl from lifeboiiU III which they had been .I'lrift and were still sufferinj; from the effects of 1 onJT (Mposuro. BREAD COSTS LESS Success of (he Tinkers in (he I'se , of Substitute Flours- Average Cost ' Ottawa, Oct. ft 1.-The skih'^ :,i the! bakers in tho u.-e of substitute tloms siu'b as rye. .-." ;ays the report, "i redit'ible to their skill for they have Riven its .1 palatable and nutritious loaf on a id per cent basis of substitute and wi'h the new nuvernineni ftiiiularil t'.uur on, �veil better re nils may the inirl,i I he e.\[iei-le(i," For t!ic. month, siit'li-. CO't v.ere shown in the tie t. .Montreal. Ottawa. ' lli'iniltui) and Brantforil. t>ui liec, Sudbury. Jwirrie and I'li'huoiiton (tlsiricts increase �,u shown. In n . l'i '. e;r Iia;i!'.i\ i|;s. I'ui,i:i;,i ahd v. b.ile in the WlllIiipoK a i ract ion.; i the niaia. t ho Peps arc ihc new treatment (or coughs, colds and tune, trouble.'.. They �re littlo tablets made up from Pine extracts and medicinal essences. . When put into the mouth these medicinal ingredients turn . in,tp healing vapors, which are..breathed down direct to the lungs, throat and bronchial tubes. The' I'cps treatment is direct. Swallowing; cough mixtures Into the stomach, to cure ailment!, and disorders in throat and lungs, is indirect. Peps are revolutionizing the treatment of coida and their price is within the reach of all. All dealer.*, 90c. box. Send lc. stamp for I'HKK TRIAL PACKAGK. cost of bread is stationary, while recent deeroa.."' in the price ,if uir,'. �' onimcn'. -!;iti l.;rd Hour will denl ;o re.lme tlv cur; of proluctien Tlie averas-'e nut of bread for thl; linuiiu-ion is ti 3-4 cutiLs a piiiind. j With the Fingers! 1 { Says Corns Lift Out j j Without Any Pain j Soro corns, hard corns, soft corns or any kind of a corn can shortly be lifted right out with the finders If you will apply directly upon the corn a few drops of frnezone, says a Cincinnati authority. It is claimed that nt small cost one can pet a qua1 ter of an ounce of free/.-line at any drug store, which is iniffi-eient to rid one's feet, of every corn or callus wlt'iout pain or soreness or the danger nf infection. I'bls new driip; is an other compound, and while sticky dries the moment it is applied und does not inflame or even irritate the HurroundlnK tissue. This announcement will interest many .women hero, for it is said that I he pro.sent bl^h-heel footwear Is put-liiiK corns on.practically every woman's feet.-- Advertisement. Paris. Oct. 31.--The official report on aerial operations last nixht .-ay.-; i "On Oct. Uft, our observation nil'- I planes spread over the areas behind I the enemy's front and pushed for- ' Wiird more than :io kilometres in-ide the lines. Some proceeded as far as , Kii kilometres (nearly .'ti milesi while ' one Kot as far as lfiii kilometres into the zone occupied by the Oermans. The patrols hroUKbt back i:'.."iii photographs and useful reports. ' "HombinK machines dropped more than 3",000 klhiBranis of explosives and fired li.000 cartridges at enemy concentrations and convoys in the re plon of Itemaucourt and Scraincourt In tlie course of these, operation-*, anil crtiisinK hy I'tRlillnR plains "0 enemy machines were brought down or fell in a daniiiRed condition and three lira- ; cheiis were hurtled. "I'uriiiK the nielli our hoimi'iir. ma-c.liines attacked enemy railway -\n lions where activity was beinn 'displayed. They employed Is.odii kilo-Krauis of projectiles with Rood results on the junctions at tlivet, .Me/.ieres, Hirsoii. Vervines and Slount Cornet and on depots and. bivouacks in the region of Provisy and Mont Cornet. F. Food Will Win the War Serve your country smd yourself by raising FOOD on the fertile plains of Western Canada. The Canadian Pacific Railway makes it easy for you to bc^ln. Lands '$11 to $30an acre; inigated land up to $30; 20 years to pay. Loan to assist settlers on irrigated lands. Get full particulars mid free illustrated literature from �UM CAMERON, (M'i Ssjl C.P.R. in* tlOU 1st St. ��, CALGARY Ollawa. Del. 31.- -The Dominion bur- ; eau of statistics announces the results ; of tile collect ion of the areas under i field, crops, and the numbers of farm \ livestock throughout Canada under nr. , ranpeinents made jointly by the Do- . minion bureau and the provincial rov- ! erumenls. They "are published, sub- ' ject to revision, in the form of a press j bulletin as follows: i The tot nl areas sown to tho principal cereal crops are as follows; (Comparative figures for ItiRt year being given In brackets). Wheal, ITe'i'io,1)0" acres, (1 l,7;".a,S,'>0 acres). oais i(.T!i(i,:i:b; ��, . Ilnrlo.v, o,Kill,711 acres i :!,;'.'.i",'.:eu acres i. llarloy, fir.,"i,'J'J4 acres, cjII.kmi ae.i. Peas, U:ir>,!)7k lUU'es, i I Its,SSI acres), Heans, 2-8,t>77 acres, c.i2,'l67 acres i. Dr. John \VYlnlcr Siulth. aged vet( rluai'y lutipceKii* ul l he Swll'l pack � lliK plant, l-Mlnimuiii, illed fotluwhi!-'. an opeialiou. The body was lal;en in Newmarket, Out,, for burial. i. & .;. Laiaciiai .iiisblntion Vicccuy Loan, the employees of the Dominion Rubber System,  Ci.i'c.t.cV.-, :u"gciil iiecd. ol cur contributions and haying absolute e i;-.e securih? of Victory Loan Bonds, made a record of which :.vr.y i-.-rC'-ution mirhi v.rc;.i b:i proud. 3,897 employees subscribed $311,650.00- an av:.r-.r(e o( abo-;i: "30 per subscriber, or over $52 [or cvery.^man, woman., boy the lar/t ;] *,' !  r i ana hi hfte org;v'ijzai:ori Th'.s r-j/loaci'J rc:\;!l v.t-s possible hy ihe. f-ysk-malic effor': our company ofTicers in proir-.-.l ;>) 1 iii-jft anion ^ ita v/oi'kcvrf, through the Dominion RuLijcr System Tin lit Flan, instituted some Lv.-o year; ago, ,* . jjl \ i. nud ol iJ.c loir-i; we v,re proud ol the loyally displayed by our associates j'just as we i  c;-It.n'al pvide ir. (Sc f,".>.ai and grcv.'ing importance of the Dominion P.nbber.System,as a factor^ m d .vt.lijinoi;!. of r.r ,.: .':cn Rubber Sy^t'-.m iias outgrown the local importance of iU various factoiaes. It has |; lv:: r. ( ;^:'ian ir.-t'tu'.i'-vi-!ho bank's and railroads-exei*ci'{inc a country-wide influence, not -t j'-. )"i-:^rcir.! }'.'* >J Cr-.'.iida, bi:i ai-o in evevy movement for the welfare of lheswage�earner ( �v. Y,'.: '>r: ;3>;.rte.'"n servic cen-p::.':y, will credited to !he local Victory Loan Committee, a a.--jr.� l> the 1-ope thai our subkeriptiens Will compel cur Executh�/^x ^ jf l."> d\e ne\.' Viclory Loan.  if'j /.^msiticn Rubber I-Isati OrJic'e: MONTREAL. Service Branch-; at: iir.lifr.?;, St. Jolin, (Quebec, Ottawa, licUeville, Toronto,, Brantford, London, KUchene,, North Buy, Fort William, ^ Winrvpcs, Brandon, Uepina, \ 3 i-/:;.".\(oon, Edmonton, Cftlgary, ^ Letnbridgc, Vancouver, Victoria. ^ rV.ctoiiet) at Montreal, SL Jerome, Granby, Kilchener, Elmira, Port Dalhour.t'e and I:ar.:iIion. �"**� �>�'"�-u.�i a�w-<�] LACK flNIGHT STOVE POUtH Apply with a cloth on either warm or cold stove-*hat ! all. Little effort is needed to givo your *tovo a lirllllaitt, durable polish. Biack ftnight is non-tnfiammablo. H��PYOUft STOVE BR/GMT ;