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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta HOnOHKIMtR PIANOS KDISON PHOMpGftAPHS AS8INIBOIA MUSIC CO., tXD. /'Everythlna Mutlcal" SI8 Wh Street South Phone 1549 LEtHBRIDGE^ OMLt HERALD GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 nth 8tr��t s. . V- P.hwit 14m Prompt and RtltabU Work D#na *l Rmmic No. 1 BEEF, PORK and MUTTON DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite DalUs Hotel phone 4B2 Canada Food Board Llcenee Number f-^�f64 REPRINT BOOKS We have now In atoek a magnificent Una of books by auch well known writers as Rex Beach, Harotd Bed Wrtsht, 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 iCENNY & ALLIN CO.^ Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEl Store PHONE 14S7 Keep Dowii the High Cost of Living ^ . "OURMOnO" WE HAVE MANAGED TO SECURE A q600 LOT OF FRESH FRUIT WHICH WE ARE GOING to", ^ OFFER YOU AT A VERY REASONABLE PRICE. CRAWFORD A ELBERTA PEACHES, ease, 1.�0 ITALIAN PRUNES, per case ............ 1.75 HYSLOP CRAB APPLES, quality A1, taM^S.OO RUTLEOGEAND BROWN AEFREE ^ot Guilty of Charge of Having Stolen Quantity of Liquor The jury in the Brown-Rutledge case this afternoon returned a verdict of not guilty in the charge of liquor stealing. the trial of Harold Rutiedge and John Brown; two ^ell known local men, on the charge of theft of liquor was opened in supreme court this morning before Mr. Justice Walsh, and a jury composed of the following: A. Coleman; W. Paris, a. W. KIrkham. Emil Carlson, David. Hume and J. Harrison.. The case is conside/ed by the jur^ this afternoon, all the evidence having been concluded this morning. The case is an interesting one. BroVn ^and Rutiedge are charged with unlawfully obtaining possession of liquor by seizure supposed to have been under direction of the police. The owner of the liquor was a man named Tsf lor at Coaldale. RIPE TOMATdis, Al condition, par 4 basket MS*........... .....t^...........> 1.-2S POTATOES, per ewt....................... 2,45 9 lbs;-for..............;.............. .29 CO. LIMITED High-Class Cash Grocers canapa Fooi board license numbbr s-�99 Phone 525 THE 'S POLICY iriie New Musical Phonograph IN thi^remarkable instrument the phonograph principle has been brought to such high perfection  that every reproduced tone has true musical quality and value. This is thcreason that the Vocalion Is attracting people who never before have cared for phonographs. Perfection of tone control obtained by means of the Graduola-the distinctiye Vpctlion feature-is the added touch which makes the -Vo^pn;the most tmivcrsally in-ter�Hng of all modem musical instruments. > - M me AEOLIAN-VOCALION WILLIS PIANO CO. Hull Block , H. C. C. Salman, Manager Inter-AlUed Labor Conference Unanimously Agrees-Th^ � > Austrian Note ' Oats- Opea Close October................84vi 84H December .......'.......8BVi 8214 Barley- October ......115 112 Flax- � October ...............401% 390 November.............393 385 December.............386 379% Cash Prices. Oats- Xo. 3 C. \V.....................83% Extra 1 Feed -V. .-.-.T:r.-.-83% No. 1 Feed, S2',4 No. 2 Peed, 79 Barley-No. 3 C.W.,111% No. 4 C.W., 108% Rejected ........................97 Feed...........................96 Flax- .\o. 1 N. W. C................400 New York Stocks New Yort, Sept. 19.-Closing sales: C. P. R. 162; United States Steel, 109%; United States Steel preferred, 110%. London, Sept. 19.-The inter-allied Labor Conference today unanimously accepted a report made ' by the international relations committee recommending ' that the conference should subscribe to the 14 points formulated by Preside*>t Wilson, "thus adopting a policy of clearness and moderation as, opposed to a policy dictated exclusively by changes on the war map." London. Sept. 19.-The Labor conference this afternoon unanimously adopted the section of the committee's rep* rt regarding the Austrian not*. TL? committee favors an expression of opinion the convention that the allies would be aaauming a heavy and perllo^is responsibility by adopting a purely negative policy in their treatment of the Austrian proposals, but it urges the allies to inquire of their opponents regarding their general* and particular war aiins, "which have never been defined, 'thus imposing upon the working classes ths^ responsibility of choosing between the' solutions proposed." j . The committee report says: "It is in declining their own war aims jointly with the United States, with the satDe precision and clearness, that the .allied governments will give the workecs of the .world the conviction that they are resolved to continue the struggle, not in order to meet the aggression of the central monarchies, but undertaking in their turn a-war of. conquest, but for. the single purpose of establishing on an unassailable foundation a peace which will be just and lasting as in conformity with the aspirations of international democracy." Smarty Smarty Gave a Party HowSmarty Bmarty gave a party with the aid of The Old Woman in 'the Shoe, and had all the guests from out of Mother Ckioae's book, is told by Billy Murray in the new song, ystory Book .Ball." It's reproduced on Victor Record 18482 and Mason & Rlsch LlmTted. Balmoral Block, Pirth Street, Lethbrldge, Invite you to come in and - hwr it- or any one of the many thousands of Be.lectlons which we'll gladly play for you.--A-dvert. Amsterdam. Sept. 19.-Field Marshal "Von Hindenburg has issued-: a proclamation to the German army in the neld,. according to the Zeitung Am-ntitta^ Of Berlin, in which the German cnmn;iandee will confer with all the provincial govern-menti. Schoof Drstrict No. SI NIGHT CLASSES *  It is proposed to organize the above classes to V commence work on the first Monday in October, for a term of six months. , i.'-Classes will be arranged'for in such subjects as desired accord' �h - Jng to the demand for same. Any person^ desirous of attending these classes, are requested to write the'undersigned, giving. Name in full, age, occupation, addrasa and the subject desired. Terms lE.OO, tor the full course, payable in advanoe. -It is requested that early application be made. JOHN H. FLEETWOOD - SecraUry-Treaaurar, P. O. Box 476, City, CARVELL DENIES. Ottawa, Sept. W.-Hon. F. b. Cay veil denies any connection whatever with the soldiers' vote switchings In Chambly-Vercheres. lj[e. says he never interfered in- any .way...... ARLOW'S EAT ARKET Phone 79i5 1110 Sixth Avenue s. CANADA FOOD BOARD / LICENSE NUMBER fi-SS30 ,-i,For the iminediate relief- of Ciiapped^P i'^Mdia, Sore Lips, Frost Bites, JRoughness of the Skin and fof aores . generally. Unequalled for use after shaving. This e^gant preparation has no equal ilJi such weather for keeping*tffa skin and complexion In "gbSd'shapi?." Dainlilir Perfumed 25c ai^d 50c a bottle Sample for the Aaking J. I. JigiibotliiBi ft Ce --Ltflsitod - "AlhertMi manaar Or�BSlM!*e place in Carman-gay. The remains were shipped from T. S. Fetterly's parlors. The Great War.Veterana^saoeiation The Great War Veterans Association beg to announce-that they have been compelled to vcancel arrangements for the dance which .was scheduled for �!riday, the 20th. The next dance will-be Friday,'the 3Ith. ' Unable to Appier Owing to unforeseen � events; Dr. Zell Hunt, who was to h'ave-appeared at the Majestic all this week, has been unable to appear. Arrangements are being made whereby the doctor will visit Jliethbridge - an the very near future. ,  You will make amjstake if you buy eithtr ft cmI or Sffts Heater or Range withoiit first seJemg what ye have Woffer.. .^- 5Ve are.sole agents for .Lethbridge for the celebrated Moffat Ranges made at Weston, Ontario; also Peninsular High'Oven Rkrige �hd Ponlnsular Coal and Gas Combination Range Made at CWoago and Detroit; also Enterprise Hig^ Oven. Range, .nlMe'At.'Sackville, N. b"- � �  . � - '>�..� \ . ... . A large shipment ofj-Galvanlzed and Bnamelled-ware just to hand; all market at attractive priges. ., . -^^^^^^^^^^ li Consumers' Harmonthly men. The resolution waa paaaed this afternoon, khd a more: eem-plete atatement of the increasaa granted will be publiahed ahortly. . CHARGED WITH MURDER. , Prince Albert, Sask., Sept. 19.-Al-I'fred Roberts,: a material witne.^8 .at the inquest concerning the death of Sadie Mae MuIyihlU, an 18-year-old collegiate institute student, whose boHy wltii the skull battered in was, found in the bush nortli of Prince-Albert on Septi 1, has-been-charged with the, murder of the �irl. The inquest jury brought in a verdict that the girl had been murdered by some person unknown to~ them. * l^oUbwing the verdict, the provincial police preferred'a charge of murder' against Robej-ts, who admitted':that he was Irf the vicinity on the day of the: murder, but said that he had never seen the girl. � ' ANNOUNCEMENT Don't forget Mrs. McKlnney's Icct ture In Kno](. chur?U, Thursday evening. A splendid pr^ogfamme. Admis' sion 25c. --7 - . 236-2 A Wen Baked Loaf-QU^..�;R BREAD BREAD WITH SUBSTITUTES'IN REQUIRE VERY THOROUGH BAKING. THE SUBSTITUTES HOLD THE MOISTURE AND IF THE LOAF IS NOT THOROUGHLY BAKEb4T WILL.BE DOUGHY AND REMAIN CLAMMY NO MATTER HOW OW IT GETS. WE ARE KEEPING Oi/r OVEN COOLER AND LEAVING THE BREAD IN THE OVEN LONGER. THAT'S WHAT HELPS TO MANCGOAKER BREAD A BETTER LOAF. WHY WAST� GOOa INGREDIEMTS EXPERIMENTING .MADAM? USE QUAKER BREAD AND SAVE YOUR MATERIALS AND STRENGTH. John Gilmorer t-imtfed, :er8 CANADA FOOD BOARD. LICENSE NUMBER B-S7B You can obt�lA the Victor records you ask for at the Willis Piano store, together with: skilled servide. All the latest records of the great artiste �re on hand as. well as the popular hits of the day. ' 2S7-1 A . regular.. meeting:: of Lethbrldge Lodge No. 39, A. F. & A. M. will be held In HasonicjInaU .tdnight at 8 p.m. Second degree Will be conferred. Official vli^lt of; North Star Lodge No. 4. Visiting brethren welcome. A big danceiwin be given lu the Raymond * opera' hotise on the spring floor on Saturday'-night under the auspices of the.Red Cross. (Signed) Red prosB-Junior Guild. J87-a PHONE 1559 For Your Next Sign Orderlpl arid Try thk ]�ntrM| op Satisfies some.of the niost par- f ticular people in the city. R. Coultay Phone 492 The Albarta MMit Mirkat Canada Food Boar| Llcensa F.AHYDEACp. CANADA FOOpaOAaO LICENSE NUMOm DON'T WAIT UNl^tr ' 4 30 BeM^ Isro^ TO HAVE YOUR^VUfiS 6vCR.,�| HAULED vt"'' Have/them done'before the d;the rmm 410 Fifth Street, ilathiirlda* TELEPHONE 1bbb iBESijDES Modern I'jc^^ reprints', pojets," .oi BIBLES AND METHODIST, ENGLISH CHURCH HVMN BOOK^ .....WE HAVE ��.-/�-.;.-'  DOL^6^-L-EATHCR,-IVORY^-EBONy-GOODSi-WRITI^G-MAtIir:; lAL-'in.GREAT'^AJllBTy^, j . --u 614 FOURTJiographer'8 Note Booka.......................'..'18.8^ par-'l^ Typewriter Carbon .v...----- .....,.V S2'00 to S3.B0 par box Typewriter RIbbona.....................78e and;$t.00 aaeli 'secobd sKaetrr.-.. --.T.r.Tr.".;.:.'$i;2raWd �r."Wper'i;<�0 EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE EVERALL & FRANKS Kjmi^SHVSe' Slnriot Bloek CoK4*h Ava;:in�l"j 29??94 06 36 2111 ;