Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
page ten li::h bridge dau.y urctWLn saturday. september ii. 101JI rum LETHBRIOGE POSTIES IE F TJif l.etbhrhlpo postal >>myi\ lire now affiliated with Hit- VY;;i organization in the new womov ganization. T'\U information given to the Hernia this icarni; 11. Sh V'toSte. nbo i* president i V 1011 i'ho ii Aii'n ih' ii are dot.-rir.iiU'd fii stay in w a 'Mi'v.i American academy in Koine, died iinla> of pneumonia at Capri. MR J FESSENDEN DEAD Hamilton. Out.. Sept. 11.--Mrs. Clementina Kessendeti, founder of Umpire Day, ii patriotic movement lliat. Iioi'nimi nation-wide, died nt. h'M- linmo hero today, following ;i never.'! Illness lasting three weeks. Doeeawid was over 70 years old. Judge Treholmo, of Montreal, 1 nnrl mother of I'rof. 11. A. [ tie Amalgamated Association of Cotton Spinners to strike for tie aoc!ition cf the rota system. ih.-, .Inn : IV- C.ll].' i opui.ir ARE YOU Weak, Anemic, Nervous or Run-down >v or Hu L'�-=*'.l'.fc t*t a-:-.'-!-. -.v.--.:i,i to �:-.i ^n-Qj-vT; -\ ;i i-rfc^r. to kr.o^r ti-tx V. i: health and nrw vr.ah'y you r.roi. rr.aWr av.il a N'^rvt-buitdcr sit in or.?. T.S:s fplii vHi^rr. I: ZT^moiri. nr* nrrr.t'.li. i*. m* rsrnij ran , ercc. Wincarnis is- A t-..TTihinae in of Krtri^t of B*ef. lli-.rxc: of Ma't. Iron tr.'1. M�nKtn.>�. rvf-.rccJ. Pr^- rr"f*?*ion r Anw.-nU. Det.he.t. .^>�pl^�-if�i. Br�ln Fac. N*rvo\i� Uowtrtd V i t n 1 Tl�i� and l'on''flJn.'*nf� frnrn ar. i'.litffv . k > Tcnir. a I.^'.oratiN 'jarfil.i rombinatior. i-v ni.* biooa, / bJi[.i. i.Li �dy -*hh tie* iitalit?. Tftat .. n:;i*c^ to-j �n Ti:� -.i'.'.'. t':t- very f.r.-t dc.�e. V.u can I>*1 1 Ar. i �he h**Uh 'V;i i r.it:\ a "*^a>h-jr.-l.K;e-i.an" Wir-arri� rcr.latrs \':-.p vt~j ^'ctr-.^-'s of Trhi. .>'ir b..d>a nff rom-'0^*i ard P. ha-i l.a." tS�!- iv-i.r. >:�-: f-:l rt.,..^i'i it. ti.-:r Tr..'�t .I'S-n'.irfitfv* ?o-ttt. >\^-v 'r TT'Vrr- of 'Wir.tftTTti* '.* fndofi?^^ and r--i'-Ttn-v.--.iU-l '.:i *.h� .tailv i.rai-ti.-f o* ;}>i* ntfr'.bfr^ infinitely ;-afer than the promlscti-i ously handled product. This i:i a point 1 for the housekvepor to retneinher. Of ox-tongue there is an actual j shortage now. It has to he pickled for fi.ilrleen or twenty days to he made into jel!l-d tongue. Again, one M re-i minded of the need.? of Kurone upon seeing great ([iiantitir.i of bacon ready .for shipment and done up in wire-hound boxes containing over 500 pound" each. In the sausage department, a remarkable gas oven In op-i ration, driven by an electric motor. Tim men trays are continually rotating to ensure uniform cooking. Girls are at .'a ork piepaiing the macaroni and cMi (.. for there are .-umliy minor accidents in handling the compln at.'d machinery in an abattoir. A glimpse of quantities of offal. 1 viewed en masse iii scriiplously clean and well on'o-red surroundings, serves only to strengthen the conviction thai in Canada we an- neglecting a very important source of food Mipp'.y that, is inexpensive, patriotic and readily FROM FACTORY TO HOME" Economy Means Buying Things Worth While Poor quality means waste-yet many people buy inferior pianos who are too thrifty to buy clothing, utensils, or machinery of poor quality. Hi Every tiny our stores prova that wo sell top quality pianos for less money than is often paid for indlfforent instruments. Our "Factory to Homo" system SAVES. MASON & RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. 3. LETHBRIDGE .�.:*vm ill! Win- f-irnl* rmntn'es i� '.ae.'.' ;-�tchir.� u;> r.tv. a :rn eal. r.e�. vitor-jui heai-. ssible to riiim :.-ar:,.'!I, thee pi[' you �U Steaks tliey mu-1. (.:.' euvin e ih"tn tl'.at iiver a just a? :,utiitious." counts for this attitude Wd3 the ijue-'i"!) that i; .f .M. id til: iirain pi:i> tie � t:i: illi'ii's Service in High Grade American Dentistry WiT'.I t;�:.-o cf >:�� :: rv.- yea iiuir' menrV, wh'-r-ver you maj other denti-t or dental offn !". i.-e if tli--> keyiiote of our j iod, hones: and faithful work, t at lasts, and gives you f-a-.- a ;. Comfort nor alone "h-a tt ::n:-h-il hut during ita pro.-ess Drs. Bruner, Dentistry As We Practise It 2s a Gentle Art. Richards & Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott Blk., 4 Doors from lethbridge Hotel, Lethbrid^e LETHBRIDOE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL BLOCK. pUndertaking |' IMPROVED METHODS are adopted by ub as soon as their value Ia firmly es'ablishod. performance of our duties us Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers All mode'rn iiids approved by .science or good taste ar� In nnd we have no heiltation in clalmliiK that' wo can givo the service at th� most reasonable coat. OLDEST ESTABLISHED FIRM IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA. WE MANUFACTURE CASKETS In the use. best 334 SIXTH STREET S. T. S. Fetterly PHONE 56) Hi I'anuda �" d in this ai- on the �liioii that � Other s'.dn. 1-erer llrnther. Limited, Toronto, Of>. if. i,::'. an abattoir. 1/f" pre ' .. may he folli-e.-.ed . p!� >h- .''aimal nii'ic; in to ; :>! iii.' i 1 the finish', d pro- ; !>' lor the lirjiUet. is a rev-d 'h>- eicanliness. siem i and ear.' ;hroip'hoet warrant the ap-pi'iral oi tie- Jim.-: fnsiidioi;-. The' .�laughter :i........, a huge f'anaiii:|ii I id. in. ..;-m a i-ipaciiy tor handling! !......) can'' :,. r i!i:v, 1.0' eal',' - alid 2,��f> 'iogs. Is or.ipgr- In:t iii!. resting .-ighl. 'I'h> v i- no stj't'ei'l:"', to,- all the animals are. sfina'-d i;.-i'.:, Ie-ii;t; killed. ; The ,...,vt erit.iiylmr in an :tfl'. "-.if �n::.' i ti|� lO'.VS I) l)0|( i'ows j Ol I'.'.'iis marriafre; and stating moreover his plaee of residence mid usual post office address in Canada; and, if he reside within a city or place when, the streets and dwellings are named and numbered, the name and number of his street and dwelling; or if lie reside in another place, the lot. and eonu't-'.-sion number, snelion, township, range, and meridian, or other definite description whereby his place of residence may be localed, having regard to the custom of the locality in which hn liven: and IE WITHOUT REASON A RLE EXCUSE HE NEOLECT OR KAIL TO REPORT IN THE MANNER an ' with the particulars aforesaid within the time limited us aforesaid, HE SHALL BE OUILTY OF , AN OFFENCE, AND SHALL BE LIABLE 1 UPON SUMMARY CONVICTION to a penalty not EXCEEDING FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS, AND TO IMPRISONMENT for any term not exceeding six months, and moreover he shall incur A PENALTY OF SI0.00 FOR EACH DAY after the time when or within which lie should have registered during which he shall continue to be unregistered. 4. EVERY UNITED STATES CITIZEN WHO HAS DIPLOMATIC EXEMPTION, although not otherwise subject to these regulations SHALL WITHIN TEN DAYS after the granting of the sumo truly REPORT TO THE REGISTRAR, in like manner and with the. same particulars as required by the last preceding section; and in addition he shall embody in his report n line and complete statement of the particulars of his certificate of diplomatic exemption. NEGLECT OR FAJ LURE without reasonable-excuse to comply with the requirements of this section SHALL CONSTITUTE AN OFFENCE PUNISHABLE IN THE MANNER AND P,Y THE PENALTIES provided in the last preceding section. ISSUED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE. MILITARY SERVICE BRANCH.