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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 31, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1918 PAGE NINE ROYAL YEAST CAKES TlwIYMstCake8 is 8Kk tbt it canwt be improT-ed, so we are improving the package. Hie change from a ronnd to a sqnare package will be made as rapidly as ptactkal. The qnality of the ronnd and soQare cakes is guaranteed to be kientical in evieiV respect. Each of the sonare cakes are wrapped separatny by machineiy, in wax puer, ii Buch a manner as to mal(e thein praetidall/ airtij^ and scientifically hygienic. ROYAL YEAST HAS BEEN THE STANDARD YEAST OF CAJJADA FOR NEARLY HALF A CENTURY e. w. guiht company imrrED TOKONTO. CANADA WINNIPEG' MONTKEAL -a SAY KAISER WAS NOT OPPOSED Coyenlmgen, Oct. 31.-Request was made by the Socialiat members of the lo^ver house oC the German reichstag on Tuesday -that the ministry obtain the emperor's consept to a change in the constitution Which gives him the Tight to mtjko war and peace. One of the aecraiarles announced In the house OR Wednesday that he had been authorlaed to declare that the emperor would in no; way oppose the change. A Copenhagen dispatch announced on Oct. iV- that Germany's federal council hadaccepted a. propo.'sed amendment l;o the'Tibnstitution making it imperative ^.that. 'the consent of the federal council bo given before a declaration of war to be made in the empire's name except in cases of- invasion, or attacks on the coast. Ten Norwegfa; sailors, rescued by a United States naval vessel, are survivors of a steamship torpeijoed tyro Aveoks ago. The'men .were rescued from li�*>bo�U-iB which Ihey had been adrift and were still suffering from tbo effects of'iQhg exposure. � Pepa arc the -new treatment lot coughs, coldii and lung troubles. They are little � tablets made, up ' from Pine extracts and medicinal casences. . When. put into the mouth these medicinal ingredi> ents tnra.iqtp heallnK vapors, which are/breathed down direct to the Iun#s, throat and bronchial tube�. , Tde' Pepa treatment is direct. 3watidwlng cooch mix-tqrea liito t|he ktomach, to cure ailments apd disorders in throat and lungs, is indirect. Peps are rcToiatlonixinr the treatment o{ colds and their .price is within. tUe. reach oi all. All dealera. 90c.J>ox. Send Ic. stamp for FREE TRIAL PACKAG*. With the Fingers! Says Corns Lift Out , Without Any Pain Sore corns,,hard,coma, soft corns' or a^y kind of a "corn can shortly be lifted right out with the fingers if you will apply directly upon the corn a few drops of fr^e�one, says a. Cincinnati authority. It is claimed that at small cost one can get a qua'-ter of an ounce of freez-one at any drug store, which is sufficient to rid one's feet of every corn or callus wltUout pain or soreness or tlic danger of infection. This new drug is an other compound, !ind while sticky dries the moment it � i.s applied and does not inflame or even irritate the surrounding tissue. This announcement will Interest many .women here, for it is said that tlic present higU-heel footwear is put-ling corn? on. pr(ip(.icaily every woman's feet.-Advertisement. 5il BY ACCIDENT, .DIES AS A RESULT Leavitt Young Man Succumbs in L�thbridge-Sad Death in Cardston (From Our Own CorresDonOentI Cardston, Oct. SI.-There was a fatal shooting accident at Leavitt yesterday. Jos. Leavitt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. R. Leavitt was hunting with his brother Matthew when the ^n of the last named diueharged ac-cidentiUly and Joseph received a terrible wound in the hip. He was rushed to iCardston, where the v^und was dressed, and then taken' to Leth-bridge where he afterwards succumbed. The young man was calleit to the colors last spring and was home on harvest leave. Me has numerous relatives in his home district, li'unoral arrangements are being made at Leavitt. Mrs. S. A. liale of Glenwood died last night at the local hospital where she was taken last Saturday supposedly for appendicitis. Pneumonia developed and death occurred at 9 p.m. The husband was rushed from Glenwood by Mr. Thos. Archibald and was present for some time before her decease. Pour small children survive. Funeral and burial will be at Glenwood, Mr. and Mrs. Hale came hete from Oklahoma and have no relatives but many friends here. Byckwhcat,, ,'1K,01i7 iicroa, (?,r,n,9i)7 j^crea). Flax, 921, U26 acroK, (!)1fl,.-.()0 acres). Mixed grains, l.OfiS.lSO ncrcK, (4.97,-236 acres). Corn for hH. l)us., (:'.2..'')0 Ihim.i Cnrn tor busking, 27.7..". bushels', O:! I (.,,., |,,. inuOiUi:;. (1,01 .".,000. f7,7G2, IniKiicl.s). . - , � ,  ! , 1 The pstinialetl tola! yields of l.li(>;ieJ ' ' , ,. - � The niiinuer.s ol farm live- itock, l);i�ccl upfiti llie relurn.s are: )lor.�cs, :;,i;,so..'!l.'i: juilph'kowb, 3,- eropH are In bushels as follnw.s: Wheat, 210,;{1.').000, i 2:!;!.7 12.H.",0), oaiH, 45(),7ri:{,ooo, (((i;i,oo!),.'.'ooi. � Brtrlcy,'S3;202,r,00. (.-)r,.�,-,7,7.'.0). Rye, ]0,;!7r>,-,o(i, Pc:iK, 4,:".81,700, (:i,i)L';s,;i !0). Heans, 4,588,200, (1,271.000). P.uckwheiit, 11,4011.000, (7,140.400). I'l.-ix, 7,o;).">.ooo, i.'.,o:!4.;iooi. .Mixed grains, :i2,:!0;!,000, 110,1 .".7.-11 i.st ics. .",42..?20: ellKM- c;uUe, 0.r,07,2C>7: sheep, :;,0.''.7,l,'.ii. anil ,'r.vine, 4.2Sl),fiS2; fowl, i ;;i.:;24.10s; Uu-kuys. l,0.-)8,y81; geese. JX70.177. iiiKi (iuetoi, SS4,o:!4. DeUiils by Iprovinr.'s will be given in the October j iiioiithl.v lnillf;tin rj� agrlciiUur.ii.l sta- DELIV/iRS AUSTRIAN NOTE "Washln iton", Oct. 31.-Minister Kk-engreii, c'f Sweden, delivered to Secretary of State Lansing -tpday -the note of fjo'unt Andrassy, new Austfo-Mungarlu^ foreign minister, asklBK the secrK'^ary to intervene with Pife-sldent \\!?ilson for favorable action ,pn the Aust|ian request for allied armistice terru H. The note was in Swedish text. A IranUat/.on shows no material differ-once fi'om the version already piib-liahed in press dispatches. LESS Success of the Bakers in the Use of Substitute Flours- Avei^ge Cost Ottawa, Oct. 31.-The success of the bakers in the use of substitute flours such as rye, corn and oat flours during .recent m.onths is-a,ck'nowledged in the report of l:he cost of produ(?tion of i bread in Canada during August made to the minister of labor by the eost, of- livipg .bri^nch of the department. ''"It is," says the report, "creditable lb their skill for they have given us a -palatable and nutritious loaf on a 10 per cent, basis of substitute and with' the new government standard flour on the 'market even better results may be expected." For the month, slight increases in cost were shown Ic the Halifax^district;, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto-and Hainllton.and Brantford, whil% in the _,(^ebec,,vSudbji^'jC,, Barrie, WJnnipes and "/Bdmontori 'districts a fractional increase was shown. ' In the main, cost,of bread is stationary, while the recent decrease in the price of government standard flour will tend to reduce the cost'of ' production. The average,cost of Iwead for the l^omln-ion is 6 3-4 cents, a pound...... ^ Paris, Oct. 31.-The official report on aerial ppferations last night says; "On Oct. 29, our observation airplanes spread over the areas behind the enemy's front and pushed forward more than 30~kilometres inside the lines. Some proceeded as far as 80 kilometres (nearly 50 miles) while one got as far as 150 feilometres into the zone occupied by the Germans. Tie patrols brought back 1350 photographs and useful reports. "Bombing machines dropped more than 37,000 kilograms of explosives a^^d fired 2,000 cartridges at enemy concentrations and convoys in the region of Remaucourt and Seraincourt. In the course of these operations, and cruising by fighting planes 20 enemy machines- were brought down or fell in a damaged condition and three Dra-chens were burned. "During the night our bombing machines attacked enemy railway stations where activity was being'displayed. They employed 18,000 kilograms of pro.|ectiles with good results on' the junctions at Givet, Mezieres, Hirson, 'Vervines and Mount Cornet and on depots and,.bivouacks in the region of Provisy and Mont Cornet. Food Will Win the War Serve your, country and yourself by falsing FOOD on the fertile plains, of Western Canada. The Canadian Paciiic Railway makes lit easy for you to begin. Lands $11 to |30 an acre; inigated land .qptqfSO; 20yearstopay. Loan toassistsettlers on irrigated lands. Get full particulars and free iUus-tmted literature tmm 901! 1itSt.Eatt, CALGARV FARM STATISTICS Ottawa, Oct. 31.--The Dominion bureau of statistics announces the results of the collection of the areas under ttel(i crops, and the' numbers of farm livestock throughout Canada under arrangements made jointly by the Dominion bureau and the provincial governments. They *are published, subject to revision, In the form of a press bulletin as follows: The total areas sown to the principal cereal crops are as follows: (Comparative figures for last year being given in brackets). Wheat, 17,353,902 acres, (14,755,850 acres). Oats 14,790,336 ac, (13,313,400 ac). Barley, 3,153,711 acres (3,39'.',200 acres). Barle.v, 55^,294 acres, (211,8t>� ac.). Peus, 235,978 acres, (198,881 acres). Beans, 228,577 acres, (32,467 acres). Or. Johu Webster Smith, aged 24, veteriuary inspector at (he Swift pack-lug plant, Edmonton, died VollowliiK ! an operation. The body was lukon to! Newmarket, Oni., for burial. ' the lsi&t.VicioxY Loan, the employees of tlie Dominion Rubber System, realizing Ganaaa's m'gent need of our contribution.s and haying absolute confidence'm the security of Vidtory Loan Bonds, made a record of which any institution might well be proud. 3,897 employees sobscritted $311,650.00- an average of about $80 per subscxiber, or over $52 for every^man, woman,, boy andgirl in the brganizationo- ' . |: splendid result was made possible by the systematic effort of our company officers mT i promoting Thrift ampn.g its workers, through the Dominion Rubber Sy^em Thrift Plan,instituted ,^ some tv;o years ago. . ' / . |" \�e are pitiudi ofthe total; we are proud of the loyalty displayed by our associatesjust as we f take a natural pride in the great and growing importance of the Dominion Rubber^Sy^m.as ai.isv&pt^j i in the development g\ our country. . ' /)) lie Domimon Rubber System has outgrown the local importance of its various fadkaties. It has become a Cc^^nadian institution-like the banks and railrqsds-exercising a country-wide infhience, hot * only in the commercial life of Canada, but also iu every movement for the v/elfare of theyWage-earner and th.e "develoijment of the nation. / m : To encQT4rag^",i^^^^ interest in the coming Vi^Sory Loan, the" Executive !::!:>er System -lieip employees to finance their subscriptiians .and LACK STOVE NIGHT Apply with a cloth on either wprm or oofii st^yptr^lyai I* alt. Little effort Is needed to gjye yourjstove'a lM-J!fiani� durable pollsh� Slack Knight is non-infiarnmablo. ^ I.. A 4 m ;