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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOXDHEIMER PIANOS KDISON PHONOGRAPHS A3SINIBOIA MU3IC CO., LTO. "Everything Musical" $15 �th Street South Phone 1545 GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th Street 8. Phone 1403 Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Reasonable Price*. No. 1 BEEF, PORK and MUTTON DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 C.in.ida Food Beard License Number 9-266-; REPRINT BOOKS We have now in stcc's .i magnificent line of books by such well known writers as Rex Bcich, Harold Bell Wright. Mary Robert] Pine-hart. B. M. Bower, Zjne Grey, Robert W. Ch?mbers. G;ne Slratton Porter, Jack London ar.d many others. Selling at 85c each THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Store NEXT 0ALLA8 HOTEL PHONE 14�7 FROM CLERK TO CUSTOMER WE BELIEVE IN SHOWING OUR GOODS, LET YOU BE THE JUDGE OF 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 HYSLOP CRAB APPLES ARE IN AND THE PRICE IS RIGHT. FREESTONE PEACHES, per c.-.sc ......... 1.9S Per b.-.sket ................................60 ITALIAN PRUNES, per case .............. 1.80 Per basket ................................55 PON SEEDLING PLUMS, per 4 basket case 2.35 Per basket ................................60 GREEN TOMATOES, per case..............1.45 HYSLOP CRAB APPLES ................. 3.10 THE GOOD CO. High-Class Cash Grocers CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER S-599 LIMITED Phone 525 MARKETS TWELVE DEAD IN NEWARK m 17 �lie Newark. N J.. Sept reserves and ambulances �were ordered out to a fire out this afternoon in .',", St IT. -Uusluess is i-lojed -"ic higher ic higher for He- Oats- October Decern1". [.v I v ^ '  r l.\ (V:ob. : NuVcll'.bt r . H.ir!e> - fVtobe;- 0..1- N,v �� t i:.\t.i i N,i. i r W. Fe el. Har,.,, Vo. r U' . ' l-l;i\- Cash Prices. No t'.VV. No j l'eed. No I C W.. !� U. S. BEER SUPPLY MAY LAST 6 MTHS. i No. 1 I Ne, i �. f. i; : St'el I .4' sale Store Fixtures for Sale 1 Small Safe, 1 Cash Register. 1 Show Case, 8 foot. 5 Show Cases. 4 foot. 1 Oak Counter, 12 foot. 1 Oak Counter, display front, I foot. 1 Oak Counter with drawers, 3 foot. 1 Counter Counter, oak top, display aldea, 8 foot. Wall Fixtures, etc. THESE MAY BE EXAMINED BY APPLYING AT OUR STORE CITY AND DISTRICT A fresh shipment just to hand. See our Window Display. Consumers' Hardware and . Supply Company G.W.V.A. ! The local branch of the 1'iieat War j Veterans Association will hold their | next dance on Fridny. September -7th. ! Need's orchestra wfll he In attend- I Mice and refreshments will be served. 6Vff... . H. Martlneaa, Esq., Honorary Commandant of the i'apsi Zouave*, of ** VilleneuvcVv'rst, Montreal, writing to tue proprietor* o( Zam-Buk, aays t "For over � year I suffered with an eruption on my akin, � ad notwithstanding the numerous remedies I vised it lot no better until (commenced using Zam-Buk. 1 epplUd the balm regularly mad used only Zam-BuB Soap for bathing, and ia � comparatively short time could sea some improvement. After continuing the treatment for a) month the disease- a!-though of over ay ear'astandintc -had entirely disappeared. In my estimation Zam-Buk la the only remedy for akin troubles." For ringworm, acalp torts, abeceeees, ulcers, bells, running aores, aalt rheum, tectuinjf aoree, "barber'a cash." pimples, blood-poisoning, piles, cuts, barn* and acalds Zam-Buk la cqoally good. 50c. box, 3 for $1.35. All dealers or Zam-Buk Co., Toccata. am Buk Washinjror.. �� of ;-.!)� foi H -.r at.d r :iop-. Af' Wilis', e-:..-.' br f iod admiaistr still tie enoiii.. last from no and S",v. 17.-Pjvm,'.. nt :�r.."i a proclamation :' Hi At �� r 1. '):' -tu:f * in ' 1." ti. iKinir .tr-lif-vr.-.. except lll.l'.t n.'e-iaiM'i ; brewers �eiuK altogether Til-�'�! -aid there would l�"�-r in ;h'- vats t,> i ^ix months, and tie- N "oV.l1................ New York Stock*. York. Sept. IT -fiosin :>e! l'c.'" referred ]!C'-\. Calnary Live Stock t'i'.lK.iry. S uiich.umod fiuiii yi-fiterilay. Tie re u.i,- no hoK* on .sale. .Ii-ab-r. n.i.....d 51'J.iO. v.i-iBlied iar. for -.-b-ct. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. fiueeeaiora to Jackson A Co. Telephonea 555 and 1232 Sherlock Building lmt off f the- would n.v. be >to;>p"d. F FROM U. S. IN 1919 ARE IN DANGER Position of Russian Populace is Tragic in the Extreme, Says Report U'ashitiB'on. Sept. 17.- TI.'* new j army estimate-! are bau'd on plan? i , :or haviatr nearly i.mum.iiiih American! .!>oIiil>.-r� in f'rani-e in-.\t .tunim"r and i . anmhor 1.......,"00 in iraininR a'- honi". It lirmi;-! th�- mon an. the price, paid last year by the city. In 101t"> the suits were obtainable for .?:':�.,'i>, whlcli shows a considerable increase in cost of materials, etc.. in the oast two years'. This was one of the lowest tenders submitted. I ___ i Many Are Granted Exemption. I M. M, Holmes, liayiuond. lias been di.-allowed exemption from military service. The following appli';i(di'(id; (>. T. [(e.iley. St. Kll-jd.i; !'. Mi-.li and ti WetZ'd. Omits: j !', I..-Williams, Cirihliiii; I-'. W. C|e-I ver. Chatnpion: .1. ltratid'e. Commerce; H. K. I'eterson and A. Miclin'd.soii. Stirling: S. 11. Dickens. Lethbridi;.-; .1. II. Sitntnon, Raymond. L CARELESS DEALERS 17.-Instruction.: the attorney-gen-to tho provinclnl l-almonlon. .Sept. have been Rlvon by eral's department police to bi'itln pronecution of dniK Klsts and other itealerR throuRliout tin- province who are sellliiK patent and proprietary medicines, In viola-! thin of the liquor law. The low pro-Ivides tlmt such medicines, contain-Miik more than per cent, of proof 'spirits, can not be legally sold, and j the formulas of all proprietary iiropar-mtions have now to be submitted to the Rovernment's adviaory board mid certified by it as containing mifflelent medleinal properties to prevent, their uses as beverages. Notice tn the effect was sent out some months iijto, but a considerable proportion of the manufacturers and declares have mi far neglected to comply wlih the regulations. HUN OFFER TO BELGIUM. I'nris. Sept. 17.- (Ilavns ARency.) -Germany's offer to Uelgluttt 'van prepared on March 17, 1!MS, according to the Kcho Do Paris, by n near relative of (jtiueu Ulizaheth, rcHldlnK lu Switzerland. This person, tho uowapupcr says, after a confcrelico with Chancellor Von ltcrtlitiK and the German foreltrn secretary specified In writing tho new conditions of the central powers. Tho Uelglan government transmitted tho German offer to tha entente, alliei. i ENDOHSED BY STATESMEN Ottawa. Sept. Dl. - The Knights of Columbus, who Inaugurated today a Canadian wide campaign for a fund of |.".uiV.>iii> in connection with the Catindhin army hut campaign, have rei i ived leiter.t of endor-nation from Sir Hubert Borden and Sir Wilfrid I.aurier. : v ::*> Phones 1515 and 322 New York. Sept. 17. A resolution cuni.uendliit: I'res|i!t'tit Wll-'in'i decision to reject the Au.-ilrian peace proposal was adopted at a sp.-rial meeting or the executive committee o!' the league to enforce J.eace, here. hothing but u curl refusal to 'titer t�;n a non-binding secret discussion." 1 "()Ve| Til-re" se-m- li: V  for til" ' Americans what Tippeniry .was tor I the Ilritish in the early days of the war. Moth nr- dimple, unofficial war song i of the two nations, that have I given murage and comfort to lb-! marching, walling and flghilng sold-1 icrs. Mason K- Itisch Dimited. Ilalmor-j al Itloel;, Hfth Street. l.ethbrhlge. want you to hear this song on Victor | Kci ont. sung by the Illustrious Italian! j artist Carte o- Advertisement. | Phone 796 1110 8lxth Avenue 8. PRESBYTERIANS MAY L'MTE WITH AN(JLICANS Hay & Feed F. 0. HYDE & CO. Cor. 2nd Ave. und 12th St. A. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIOQE CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 0-802 CART) OF THANKS. ' Mrs. W. K. Turner wishes to than!. h�r many friends for their str-st kin I ; noss and sympathy shown during h-r recent �ad bereavement. -".r,! Toronto. Sept. Hi.- L'nity of j churches of Canada more especially! between the I'resbyterian and AtiKli-j can communions, was urged before, j the general synod of the Church of Knglaml in session here toiluy by a deputation ii presenting the formar denomination, who conveyed a message of greeting to the Anglican clergy and by lilght Itev. A. J. Doull, bishop of Kootcnny, and Venerable Arch Dea>on I'litterson Sinythe, Montreal, vim replied on behalf of th-.-.mJ. DON'T WAIT UNTIL 30 Below Zero TO HAVE YOUR FURS OVERHAULED Have them (lone before tho D, THE TAILOR 410 Fifth Street, Lethbridge TELEPHONE 1686 OUR Phone Servi c e Satisfies some of the moat particular people In tho city. R. Coultry Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market Canada, Kood Board License Nuuibor 8-28093. Lethbridge School No. 51 NIGHT CLASSES It, b proposed to organize the above classes to commence work on the first Monday in October, for a term of six months. Claaiea will be arranged for iu such subject.' i>.s desired according to the demand fur same. Aay peraon desirous of attending these classes, are requested to write tfce undersigned, giviug, Namo In full, age, occupation, addteaH and. tha oubjeet desired. Terms 15.00, for tlio full course, payable in advance. It Is requested that early application be made. JOHN H. FLEETWOOD Secretary-Treaaurcr, P. 0. Box 475, City. (ii'.iv.a. Sen', 17 -The Industrial i!i!�pu,t-s Aei i- to be > irrii-d out more effectively thai: bere'ofore. Tim Dominion police bav- be> a pin in charge of in eiiforcr-uieiit. i It i.-i against ia- low to go on strike ]ln a public tnility or war Indufitry unless i.i .mrse has been had to a : board of conciliation and Investiga-'. tlon and i! is intended to, in future, I see that this provision i� more care-'; fully executed. j Sir I'tiey Sherwood has been vent- �d wiih authority to iuiuitute proHucu-| lions where the law is violated. CALDER COMING WEST POINCARE VISITS THE | . RELEASED AREAS, j Pail'. Sept. 17.- tUaviiH Agency.i j - President Poincare, accompanied j ------ by .Madame I'oincaro and Albert 1'. Ottawa. Sept. li;.-linn. J. A. Caul l.ehrun, minister of blockade and In-1 "J'- minister if immigration and colon vaded region , visited St. Allhiel an