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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th Street 8.  Phone 1413 Prompt and Reliable Work 0#ne at Reaaen-able Prloee. No. 1 BEEF, PORK and MUTTON DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food Board License Number 9-288-'. REPRINT BOOKS We have now In stock a magnificent line of books by such well known writer! is Rex Beach, Harold Bell Wright, Miry Roberts Rine-hart. B M. Bower. Zane Grey, Robert W. Chamber*. Gene Stratton Porter, Jack London and many others. Selling at 85c each THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL ��a�J^g, Store PHONE !4*Y Keep Down the* High Cost of Living "OUR M OTTO" v WE HAVE MANAGED to SECURE A good LOT of fresh fruit which we are going to offer you at a very reasonable PRICE. CRAWFORD a ELBERTA peaches, ease, 1.w I ripe tomatoes, A1 condition, par 4 baeket caao ............................. 1.25 ITALIAN PRUNES, per ca.e ............ 1.75 potatoes, per cwt..................... 2.45 HYSLOP CRAB APPLES, quality a1, caat, 3.00 | 9 Iba. for .................................25 THE GOOD CO. LIMITED High-Class Cash Grocers canada food board license number s-599 Phone 525 MARKETS PLEDGE AND BROWN ARE FREE by the jury tjiis .\ftcrnoor.. all tho evi-;ricrie having beep cam-hided this morning. The tase is an intereMins one 1 Bronu and !t;!flodpe are charged with i unlawfully obtaining possession of liquor by seizure supposed to haw been under direction of the police. The owner of the liquor was :i man named Taylor n: Coaldale Not Uuilty of (.'harRe of Having Stolen Quantity of Liquor LABOR ACCEPTS The jury in the Brown-Rutledge aae thi� afternoon returned a verdict Of not guilty in the vcratci or not guilty i .harge of liquor stealing. Tin' trial oT ilarold Ku'ledge and Ji'!i:i Brown, two well known local mvtt. on the , harce of : ,ief of liquor wan opened in suprtir.e court ttv.s tuorning before Mr. Justice Walsh. ;ind a Jury composed of the following'. A Coleman. W. Fans. A W. Klrkhatu. Kmil Carlson. DavidJtuine and J. Mar. rison. The rase js bffttK considered Oats- Open Close O. toh:>r ................S4", Si's lieremher ..............SC'i Parley - October ......... .....lie 1 L: Flax -  (Vtoner ..............4�1 u US') November ............:'M 3SS [Vcembe;- ...........3** Cash Prices. Oats- No. :; c. w ....................8;�^ Kxtra 1 Feed ..................Si'.s* No 1 Feed. SlT'i No. '.' Feed. TP llarlev � No :: New York Stocks New York. Sept IIs. -Closing sal pi: C. 1'. H I''.-: Fnited States Steel. 1PP1,; 1 nitcd Sta'es Steel preferred. l!i"'l�. Inter-Allied Labor Conference Unanimously Agrees-The Austrian Note London. Sept. 19.-The inter-al-lied Labor Conference today unanimously accepted a report mad; by the international relations committee recommending that the conference should subscribe to the .4 points formulated by President Wilson, "thus adopting a policy of clearness and moderation as opposed to a policy dictated exclusively by changes on the w.v map." i I.on.ion. Si ' f-reaie th:s adopted !!) s : epi rt regard P' IP.-TUe Labor con-.if i ','rnoon un-mimou-1 y e.-t.iitl of tile riitlltnttte.-', In^ tiie Austrian nott sion The New Musical Phonograph IN this remarkable instrument the phonograph principle has been brought to such high perfection tha*' every reproduced tone has true musical quality and value. This is the reason that the Vocalion Is attracting people who never before have cared for phonographs. Perfection of tone control obtained by means of the Graduola-the distinctive Vocalion feature-is the added touch which makes the Vocalion the most universally interesting of all modern musical instruments. me AEOLIAN-VOCALION _ ___T WILLIS PIANO CO. Tl."1 committer favors an e*pr of opinion by the convention that the ; : a!l>.� would be assuming a heavy and : perilous responsibility by adopting a , purely negative policy ;n their treat men*, of the Austrian propo�al-\ but It j urge* the allies to inquire of their op | poucms regarding their general* and . (�articular war aims, "which have never been dr-fined. thus iinpo'-lns upon ; t:ie Aut'Kir.i.- � lasses the responsibility j of i noosing h-tween the soiu'iotis proposed." I i ue comnnttei- report � it is In declining their own war aims ' Jointly with the I'nifed States, with j the same precision and clearness, that the allied governments will give ' the worker- of the wi.riij 'he conviction that they are resolved to con- j tin tie the .struggle, not in order to j meet the aggression of the central ! I monarchies, but undertaking in their , , turn a war of conqueM. but for the i single purpose of establishinft on an tmassaiUible foundation a peace wh.rh | -111 he jmt and lastlm; as in conform-i ity with the aspirations of internatlon-j al democracy." JOLLIES TROOPS ) Am-'erdani. ? pt IP. - Field Marshal Von f I irnl-n Inire has issued a pnu laroat .on to th" fierraait army in 'he neld. a. ronllns; to the 7,e:tui!(t Am-! rotttaK of Ueriin. in which 'he (Jermati 11 iininiund,."' iu-cli'.ef ailud--^ to the re-, rent \iiitrlaii p-a.e offering. Having | liirc ;i does no* Involve an interruption i in the war operation", j The Field .Marshal adds tb.at D read-Miiess for jieare l� not In rontrudiction I w.th '.".p spiri' with which Germany ! is waging the �triiKgle. It is the 'army's duty, he saye. to continue the fitrupKle while waiting to see whether i the enemy is sincere and ready for pea, e negotiation* A Safe Polish for Fine Furnit u r e During t!:r fall cleanup campaign you will want to polish your furniture so that It will make your home cheerful. Nyal's Furniture Polish is th� bee preparation of Ha kind. It wtll remove dirr and xrime and restore the original lustre to any kind of finish. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. *uce�Mora ts Jackson a\ Co. Talaphonea 83$ and 12M Sharlock Building CITY AND DISTRICT Telegraph Officials W. Marshall, supi. C. P. It. telegraph* for the west, nnd llistrlct Supt. Howard, of Cnlgnry. wore in the city yesterday. A Masquerade The Great War Veterans' Association have decided to stage a big mns queritde dance for Hallowe'en night Other particulars "'ill appear later. The Great War Next of Kin The Great War Next of Kin will meet In the office of the secretary ot the U.W.V.A. at 7.fin Thursday, tho 19th, to diKciKs preparations for thu G.W.V.A. Tag Day. You will make a mistake if you buy either a coal or gas Heater or Range without first seeing what we have to offer. We are sole agenfs for Lethbrldge for the celebrated Mo'fat Ranges made at Weston. Ontario; also Peninsular High Oven Range �and Peninsular Cool and Gas Combination Hnnge made at Chicago and petrolt; also Knlerprlso High Oven Uange, made at Sackvllle, N. II. �> A large shipment of. Galvanized and Rnnmcllcdwnre Just to hand; all market at attractive prices. ^ Our stock of General Hard warn is very complete, nf t lie present time. A visit will lie appreciated. Oaath of Warner Child ! There died at Warner on Sept. IS. 1 Roy Calvin .McKciizle. aged .", yearn and 10 months. Hurlal took place at Warner today at three o'clock. T. S. Fetterly was In charge of funeral arrangements. Death of Ethel Burnett Ethel Patricia Hurnett. aged 11 years, passed away at seven o'clock last evening nt VH\ Ith Ave. N. The funeral wiy- take place- tomorrow morning at Kcqulotu mass, in o'clock at St. Patrlk'H church. Consumers' Hardware and Supply Company c R E> Ml E# DUKE FAVORS LASTING PEACE. Toronto. Sep; 19 -In Joint session this morning the general ay nod of the Church of England In Canada welcomed His F.icellniicy, the governor-geutTd). ami an addross wa* read by the primate. Archbishop S P. Mathle-son. un behalf of the synod. Confidence In the ultlinut*- succes* of the .illies was expressed by His Kleel-lenc>. who also declared t'.ikt when pear.- whs fina'ly declared a ^)unda tion fi.r-u lasting peace would have to be laid. H. C. Hull Block C. Salmon, Manager Smarty Stnarty Gave a Party How Smariy Snurty gave A party with the aid of Th* Old Wooian in the Shoe, and had all the guests from out of Mother Goose's book, is told by Hilly .Murray in the new lour, J'Story Book Hull" It's reproduced op Victor Hec.-t.rd lS4h2 and Mason & Rlseh Limited. Dalmoral Block. Flfh Street, l.ethbrldge. invite you to come in and hear it or any one of the many thousands of selections which we'll gladly play for you - Advert. LAND SETTLEMENT POLICY. Winnipeg 8ept. 18.-Interviewed here Hon J. A Calder said the new land settlement policy he had proposed involved the settlement ot private ly owned lands, abandoned farms and leased farms, and the employment Qt provincial and federal credits for the purpose. While lit the west he will confer with all the provincial gOTern-np-nts. _ 'VELVA trade' mark For the Immediate relief of Chapped Hands. Sore Lips, Froat Bitas. Roughness of the Skin and for sore* generally. Unequalled for use after shaving. This elegant preparation has no eijual In such weather for keeping the- skin and complexion In "good shape.'' Daintily Perfumed 25c and 50c a bottle Sample for the Asking X I. HiciabttkiB & C* - Limited - Death of Carmangay Child The death occurred in the citv on September lsth. of Una lludd offar manray, aged -j warn nnd 7 months. Internment will ?�*\f keeping ac ; rounts for the farmers. It has ledger. torms (or farm inventories as well as', ; for various farm account*. In addl! Ion to this it contains valuable in-! 'formation as to the Income taxes, and j j Interest tables that are handy. i After several days' careful consideration the city commissioners have granted increaaea in city wages on the general payroll, which vaill amount to 2 cents per hour for the day men and 15 a month for most of the monthly men. The resolution was passed this afternoon, and a more complete statement of the Increases granted will be published shortly. Victor Records nd Victrolas AND Now ia tba time to buy * machine for tho winter or r.ome new records. For Sale at Robertson's Book Store Ltthbrldge Hotel Blag. Phone 1265 . CHARGED WITH MURDER. Prince Albert. Sask.. Sept. IP-Alfred lloberis. a material witness nt tiie Inquest concerning the death of Sadie Mr.e Mulvlnlll, an lS-year-old collegiate institute student, whose body with the skull battered in was found In the hush north of Prince Albert on Sept. l, has been charged with I he murder of the girl. The inquest jury brought In u verdict that the girl had been murdered by some person unknown to them. Following tho verdict, the provincial police preferred a �charge of murder against Roberts, who admitted that ho was In the vicinity on the day of the murder, but said Dint he hud never seen the girl. BARBERS Westbrook Bros, Opposite Bank of Montreal 1 OUR Phone Service! Satisfies soon* of the moat per-tlcular people In the city. R. Coultry Phone 492 The Albert* Ma�t Market ' Canada Food BoarS, License dumber 8-28693. London, Sept. 19>-A British armed boarding ateamar was torpedoed and eunk by a German submarine on Sept. 12, the British admiralty announced today. Fifty-eight members of the crew are miaeing. THOSE RURAL PROFITEERS And men relate that Mrs. Nowljwe.d wont to the grocery store to do her morning marketing. And she wit a de-itei'mineil that the grocer should not [take advantage of her youth and Inexperience. / � "Those eggs are dreadfully small," alio criticized. "I know H," lie unsweied. "Itut that's the kind the fanner brings mo. They are Just fresh from tho country this morning." "Yea." said the bride, "and that's tho trouble with those farmers. They are so anxious to get their eggs sold thai they take them off the nest too -non:"-Cleveland Pluln Dealer. A Well 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 BAKEO [T WILL,BE DOUGHY AND REMAIN CLAMMY NO MATTER HOW OCO IT GETS. WE ARE KEEPING OUR OVEN COOLER AND LEAVING THE BREAD IN THE OVEN LONGER. THAT'S WHAT HELPS TO MAM' QUAKER BREAD A BETTER LOAF. WHY WASTE GOOD INGREDIENTS EXPERIMENTING MADAM? USE QUAKER BREAD AND SAVE YOUR MATERIALS AND STRENGTH. John Gilmore, Limited, l^aic era CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 5-S7I ' ANNOUNCEMENT Don't forget Mrs. McKlnncy'a lecture In Knox church Thursday evening. A splendid programme. Adrnls' slon -'ac. 236-2 You can obtain the Victor record* you ask for at tho Willis Piano store, together with skilled service. All the latest records of the great artists-are on hand an wctl as the popular hits of the day. y.ni Hay & Feed F. 0. HYDE*CO. Cor. 2nd Ave. and 12Us St. A. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDQK CANADA FOOO BOARD LICENSE NUMBER it A regular meeting, of Lethbridge Lodge No. 39, A. F. & A. M. will ho held In Masonic hall tonight at 8 p.m. Second degree will bo conferred. Official visit of North Star Lodgo No. I. Visiting brethren welcome. A big dance,.will bo given In tho (laymond opera hotiso on the spring floor on Saturday night under the auspleeB of (he lteil Cross. (Silgned) Hod C'rosa Junior Guild. IS7-8 DON'T WAIT UNTIL 30 Below Zero TO HAVE YOUR FURS OVERHAULED Have, them done before the rush. D, THE TAILOR 410 Fifth Street. LethbrfeJgej TELEPHONE 1S�S The Twentieth Csntury Book Store -IS FULL OF NOVELTIES- (BESIDES MODERN FICTION, REPRINTS, POETS, OXFORO BIBLES AND METHODIST, ENGLISH CHURCH HYMN BOOKS ............WE HAVE DOLLS, LEATHER, IVORY, EBONY GOOD*, WRITING MATCH-IAL IN GREAT VARIETY. 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE S1I Office Equipment and Stationery Stenographer'* Note Book*.........................��S6 9�r MO Typewriter Carbon ........................ �2.00 to S3.60 per box Typewriter Rlbbone .......................... 78e and 11.00 each Second Sheet* ".'.'....................... SL2S and $1.40 per 1,000 EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE EVERALL & FRANKS Sinnot Blook Cor. 4th Ave. and Sth St*. 14646265 ;