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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ^ NOnOHEIMCR PIANOS. ''kdison phonograph's assiniboia music co., ltd. "Everylhino Mu�lcal" lis eth Street South . Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 9M 11th Street S. , ' Phona 14f9 Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Reaaont able Prlees; >: No. 1 BEEF, PORK and MUTTON DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food Board'License Number 9-^2664 REPRINT BOOKS We have now in stock a magnificent Ilije of booVs' by such well �known writers as Rex Beach," Harold Bell Wright, Mary Roberts Rine--hart, B. M. Bower, Zane Grey, Robert W. Chambers, Gene Stratton Porter, Jack London and many others. Selling at 85c each THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT 0AL;.AS HOTEL ^ Store PHONE 14�7 FROM CLERK TO CUSTOMER WE BELIEVE IN SHOWING OUR GOODS, LET YOU BE,THE JUDGE OP THE QUALITY OF OUR GOODS WE HANDLE, AND GIVING YOU FROM DAY TO DAY, THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE ON SAME. . , : WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW PEACHES, PRUNES AND HY8L0P CRAB^APPLES A^E IN AND .THE PRIC6 IS RIGHT. FREESTONE PEACHES, per case Per basket----................. ITALIAN PRUNES, per case ..... Per basket..................... 1.9! . .60 1.80 . .55 PON SE�DLING PLUMS, per 4 basket case 2.35 Per bAsket...............".................60 GREEN TOMATOES, per case............... 1.45 HYSLOP CRAB APPLES.................."3.10 THE GOOD CO. LIMITED High-Class Cash Grocers canada pooo board license number ft-599 Phone 525 m DEAD IN NEWARK m Newark, N. J., Sept. 17.-All police teaenres and ambulances in the city �were ordered out to afire which broke put this, afternoon in" the plant of the American button company here. Police reports were that many girls were jumping from the .windows ol the./acjory. -. . Twelve persons are dead. -a;ccord-Ing to the first police reports. - . �. The dead are all girls employed in the plant, 10-. oti iwhom owere trapped on thetourth floor'6f the mill. whilQ two others.iwho jumped to the street died In an amhulance on-tho�wayrto the bospital. SAYBULMNS ON ISTFUN FRONT Washington, Sept. 17.-Official - reports that Bulgarian troops have appeared on the western front attracted attention here today, but the question of adding Bulgaria formally to the list of enemies of the United States will not be considered until there is an official report" on the situation. It was- said a similar rumor was proved untrue several months ago; y, s. KH siifPiy i Washington, Sept 17.-President J "V.'ilson today signed a proclamation prohibiting, after next October 1, the use of any foodstuffs in the making of Iwer and near-beers, except malt and hops. After December I, brewers must cease brewing altogether. Th^ j food administrator said there would still be enough beer in the vats to last from two to six months, and the sale of this would not be stopped. Winnipeg, Sept 17.-Business, is very quiet. Oats closed-%polsonl|ig, piles, ti f foot. 1 Oak Counter vtrith drawera, 5 foot. 1 Counter Counter, oak top, display aldee, 8 foot. Wall Fixtures, etc. THESE MAY BE EXAMINED. BY APPLYING AT OUR STORE THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. SueeaMora b Jackson & Co. -Telephenea 655 and 12U Bherloek Building CITY AND DISTRICT G.W.V.A. The local branch of the Great War Veterans Association will hold their next dance on�Friday, September 27th. Need's orchestra wBl he in attendance and refreshments T\'ill be served. A fresh shipment just to hand. See our-Witidow 'Display.'' ,�' . CohAumers' Hardware aiid / Siipply Company | Washington, Sept. ,17.-Information reached the state department from a neutral country, that all itswltisens in Central Europe are in danger. The position of the Russian populace was described as tragic in the extreme. . Five hundred persons were shot in connection with the assassination of Urilsk, a Bolshevik! cabinet minister, the message said. A large number of other persons are held for .execution in the event that further attempts on the lives of the Bolsheviki leaders are made. LABOR ACT TO BE Ottawa, Sept. 17.-The Industrial disputes Act is to be carried out more effectively than heretofore. The Dominion police have been put in charge of its enforcement. It is against the law to go on strike in a public utility or war Industry; unless recourse has been had to a board of conciliation and investiga: tlon and it is intended to, in future, see that this provision is more carefully executed. Sir Percy Sherwood has been vested with authority to institute prosecutions where the law is violated. Take it from Me Rexafl Dyjg^ Tableb ;keep you on tie best of terms -with "good digestion.. The distress that ordinarily follows tl^e . faulty action of .the digestive . organs is, in almost every case, . quickly allayed when you call these little digestive aids to your assistance. , Begin takingithem today and note the stomach comfort that they afford. The Bismuth Sub-nitrate and Pepsin they contain tend to soothe-'' that Irritable, weak stomach and to stimulate healthy digestion. Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets ara sold on a money-back basis, and cost you nothing unless they give you relief.^^ With, each bos is Included a quantity of Rexall Gastric Tablets, for use as a gentle laxative in conjunction with the Dyspepsia Tablets. . Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets ar& ,^ sold In three sizes, \ 25c, 50c and $1.00 Sold^nly by XB.HisiibotbB4Ce - Liniited-- Albei'te'e PUniar OragflaMP Wheleeala nnd Retail Chsmlata Phones 1515 and 322 Contracta for City Uniforms. Contracts for uniforms for the city street car men were awarded by .the city commissioners this^ morning at the rate of $47.50 per suit, to the PltiRe-form, McKelvie & McGuire. This is an increase from $39.50, the price paid last year by the city. In 1916 the suits were obtainable for |29.50, which shows a considerable increase in cost of materials, etc., in the past two years. This was one of the lowest tenders submitted. Many Are Grantca Exemption. .M. M. Holmes, Raymond, has been disallowed exemption from military ser,vice. The following applications have heen allowed: Fl J. Inraan, Foremost; W.J. Ellis, Champion; H. Liddell, Pincher Station; R. S. Mow-at, Etzlkom; W. H. Fraramer, P. Fowler,-and C. W.'Pound, Carmangay; J. M. Sisson and E. A. Close, Champion; C. S. Coulter,'Carmangay; S, J. San-sonie, A. H. Seigle and A. B. San-stime. Champion; P. B. Smith, Clares-holm; M. M.Hagen, Enchant; .T. Dri-. ver, ilacieod; O. T. Healey, St. Kil-da; P. Mish and G. Wetzel, Coutts; P/;iir-Wllliams, Cardston; P. W. Cle-yet. Champion; J. Bran-die, Commerce; H. E. Peterson and A. Mlchaelson, Stirling; S. H. Dickens, Lethbridge; J. H. Simmon, Raymond. � Edmonton, .Sept, 17.-Instructlona have been given by the attorney-general's department to the' provincial police to begin prosecution of druggists and other . dealers throughout the province who are selling patent and proprietary medicines) in violation of the liquor law. The low provides that such medicines, containing more than 2^ per cent, of proof spirits, can not be legally sold, and the forhitiias of all proprietary preparations have now to be sijbmitted to the government:s advisory board and certified by it as containing sufficient medicinal properties to prevent their uses as beverages. ' Notice to the effect was sent out some months ago, but a considerable iiroportlon of the manufacturers and declares have so far neglected to comply with the regulations. � ? ? ? ? ? > :vlth Chancellor Vori Hertling and'the German foreign secretary specified in writing the new conditions of the central powers. The Belgian government transmitted the German offer to tho entente allies. ,,|..|., BORN. BRANDER-To Lieut, and Mrs. Alls- , ,'tair R. Brander at Riverview, oa Sept. 16, a daughter, Eildon. CARD of THANKS. Mr. Alexander Knox and family wish to thank their many friends for kindnesses and sympathy shown in their recent sad bereavement, also for the many beautiful floral tributes sent. POINCARE VISITS THE , RELEASED AREAS. Paris, Sept, 17.-(Havas Agency.) -President Foincare, accompanied by Madame Poincare and Albert P. Lebrun, minister of blockade sind Invaded regions, visited St, Miliiel and other liberatorl ylllages in the Lorraine sector Saturday. After the arrival of the party at Sampigtiy, where no trains have arrived since 1914, the journey was continued by automobile to St. Mlhlel. Touching scenes occurred in the village,'which was adorned with flags by the rejoicing inhabitants. SYSTEM, SAYS M �Is'ew York, Sept. 17.-A resolution commending Presldtent Wilson's decision to reject the Austrian peace proposal was adopted at a special meeting of the executive committee of the, league to enforce peace, here, laaT night. William -Howard Taft, Heatl of the league presided. In opening .the meetlngTalr. Taft said. "No> conference of any sort can supply, the need for a victory. Therefore, file suggestion for a conference is something utterly contrary to our ^policy,;'It is an armed system we are j fighting and nothing short of the destruction of that system will satisfy us. The Austrian note is merely the beginning of another peace . offensive, which should not be dignified by anything but .a curt refusal to entertain A'lj^n-binding secret discussion." PrtfiSBYTERIANS MAY UN Canadian army hut campaign, have received letters of endor- ? > ? ? )ete Books_____............$9.85 per 100 -Typ�i(�rlt*r Carbon ................. ......%zxn to I3.S0 per boK Typewriter Ribbons.......................... 78c and II^OO saeh Second Sheets ....................... $1.25 and �1.60 per 1,000 EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE EVER ALL & FRANKS Sliinot Block' Cor. 4th Ave, and 8th St. v � 7 56870849 54 ;