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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NORQHEIMER PIANOS EDISON PHONOGRAPHS A8SINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Musical" 815k6th Street South ' Phone 1545 U)THBraDGETMLLY HERALD GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 864 11th Street 8. Phone 1481 Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Reaaon-able Prleea.  Experimental Farm' CHICKEN & LAMB Also Docks, Getse and Turkeys DELANVS Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food Board License Number 9-2664 REPRINT BOOKS We have now in stock a magnificent line of books by such well known writers as Rex Beads, Harold Bell Wright, Mary Roberts Rlne-hart, B. M. Bower, Zane Grey, Robert W. Chambers, Gene. Stratton Porter, Jack London and many others. Selling at 86c each THE KENNY & ALLIN GO., Ltd. Store NEXT OALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 + > * ? > > * ? > * * ' ' � ' * � THE FATE OF THE OSTRICH * Germany, the giant ostrich, had buried her head in the sand. The sand crab feverishly dug his >,ejray to her left ear. cleared the saud �ftom his mouth and hailed her excitedly. "There are now a million Americans in sight," he shouted, "and there are millions more on the way. SPtoey are after you!" "Please don't bore me." replied Ger-�any placidly, as she pushed her head more securely into the sand. "You axe exaggerating greatly. I know all about the Americans. There are only a few over here, and no nlore eau get hare, because they would have nothing to 31ve on." r The sand crab scuttled to the eri-i trance of his burrow, and then tum-l�Ied precipitately back to Geru-any's left'ear. ; "While we were talking." he whispered feverishly, "another half-' million Americans arrived. Vou'd bet: iter flit.while the fUtting is good." "Nonsense," replied Germain- pettishly. "Why do you annoy nie with sach'siliy;3iles? I'teltybu that this talk of Americans is ail popcy-cock:" 'The Euudciab again mou-ito.l to the iOj-tranirc of his burrow. W-iei he is- HANDS UP! .mi",' his kn>:es wt-re knocking to-!;cthei and lus voice tnsmhled with i.iiiu::.i:i. "Call it poppy-cock if yju iv.-.nt lo," said lie, "but. wi l>, t was up there, a moment ago. oaa if the Am-ovicar* look a shot ar you. and missed yo.i hx about three inslns." "It must liave been an accident," replied Germany. "Even though there were any of them near me-and I know there aren't-1 am quite safe, because 1 can't see them, and therefore they can't see-me." At this juncture Germany trembted QUAElMGf^C^P LOWER PRICES owing to.the increase in. bu SI ness,and our stock i8 turning FASTER, means, THAT when you buy HERE you-ARE a88ureo of always flfETTING the BEST AND cleanest procurable. THE BULK goods we carry are all kept in the walker BIN 8anitary f1xture8. IF you' haven't 8ecured your fruit Finto a single provincial government under the Austro-Hungarian, empire with Count Tiaza, former Hungarian*premier, at its head, according to an official dispatch from Switzerland today. PHONE 1559 For Your Next Sign Order and Try the Western Sign Co, 414 Fourth Ave. S, PERSHING'S THANKS. Ottawa, Sept. 21- Sir Robert Borden has received through the Canadian high commissioner the following reply to his recent message of congratulations to General Pershing, on the success of the recent American offensive In France: "Please transmit to the prime minister of Canada my ackno\vledgmei|t and hearty thanks for his cordial telegram of congratulations' which I have just received:" ."" .; '".*" CARD OF THANKS. Indians Do Their Bit ANNOUNCEMENT Miss Attree is organizing her dancing classes for the coming season and would like to hear from those wishing to enter. Classes will commence on October 9th. Write Miss Ai'ree, 113A 8th Ave. West, Calgary. ^39-1 Lethbridge School District No. SI NIGHT CLASSES It ii proposed to organize the above classes to |^nunojaf%wort| on the first Monday in October, for a tera^of sue months, r ' v � * Chases will be'arranged tor issues subjects as desired accord-Ing to thrfjdemand for same. Any person desirous of attending these classes, are requested to write the undersigned, giving, Name in full, age, occupation, address and the subject desired,. Terms $5.00, for the full course, payable in advance. It is requested that early application be made. JOHN H. FLEETWOOD Secretary-Treaourer, P. o. Box 475, City. REVISED UTTERANCES. sawj^ I re- The crown prince:.I have met the enemy,.and I am.his. Ludendorff: i" came, I treated. The Kaiser: I regret that I hare only seven' lives (mine and my six sons') to keep safely in the rear for my country. The German people: Give us slavery or give us death.-Life. With beating of tom-toms and typical Indian shouting,, the song, "Indian-ola" tells of how the red^anan is" preparing to do his f'bit." This is but one of the many tuneful and descriptive Victor selections that Mason & Risch Limited, Balmoral Block, 5th Street, Lethbridge, wish yott to come in and hear.-Advertisement. UNDERTAKING We are 6eliing our  entire stock at lower prices. Call and' see us. / Our HOME \StADE arid FACTORY GOODS to sell at 15% P�. i motor Equipment MacKAY & MacKAY 803 3rd Ave. 8., Lethbridge Phone 1802 ,"Ndver .Closed Mrs. and Mrs. Vandervoot wish to thank their many friends for kindness and sympathy shown in their recent sad bereavement, also for the follow-fdfig floral tributes: Sprays: Mr. and Mrs^-Turcotte, Mr. and Mrs. J. Hancock; Violet, Lorne and Janet Scott; Ella and Annie Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. J. Walton and family, Mr. and Mrs. G'. Gant, Tommy Gant, Mr. and Mrs. Ingoldsby, Mr. and Mrs. Hellier and Mary, Little Beth Scott, Mr. Robt. Lang, Mr. and Mrs. Seargeant, Mr. and Mrs. A. Fairfield, the Misses Washbrook, Mr. and Mrs. D. McNab, Mr. and Mrs. C. Ingram, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Ritchie, Norman Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. T. Walton. Wreaths: Mr. and Mrs. A. Williamson, Mr. and Mrs. Yandervoort. . - CARD of THANKS HAVE'WILSON RERLY. Amsterdam. Sept. '21.-Tho American reply to the Austro-Hungai-ian proposal for an unbinding and secret conference of the belligerents was communicated to theAustro-Hungar-ian foreign office yesterday by the Swedish minister, according to a'tele, gram received, hero today from Vienna,. , �� ;& Westbrook Bros, Opposite Bank of Montreal HANDS UP! Mr. and Mrjs. Lorne McKenzie wish to thank the many kind friends and neighbors who assisjted them in the recent sickness and death of their darling son. Roy Calvin, also for the following floral tributes: A . boquet from Mr. J. O. Chambers and family; | sprays from the Evangelical Sunday | School; the Beginners' Class in/the' S.S.; Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Burke;'the Warner's Ladies' Institute; Mr. and Mrs. T. McKenzie and Mr. and Mrs. Soice and family; a large piece from Grades 1 and 2 and Misses Robertson and Schill. 239-1 METAL WORKERS STRIKE Seattle, Sept. 21.-Metal workers employed in Seattle shipyards numbering, according to their union leaders, 18,000, laid down their tools today at noon to take a .Saturday half holiday, which their employers claimed they were not entitled to. Watch the Kiddies Grow on Quaker Bread THERE IS NO FOOD THAT will AGREE WITH THE KIDDIES OF ALL AGES LIKE GOOD BREAD. THEY DO NOT LIVE BY BREAD ALONE, BUT PLENTY OF GOOD: BREAD AND BUTTER OR JAM SHOULD BE THE MAINSTAY OF-ALL YOUNGSTERS MEALS., QUAKER BREAD IS WITHOUT DOUBT THE BEST. BREAD YOU CAN SERVE ON YOUR<.TABLE. TRY IT; MADAM-AND SEE THE YOUNGSTERS .SCRAP FOfKs THE CRUSTS*. 2TRUST THEntfDDIES, THP.Y KNOW A GOOD THING WHEN THfeY^BEE AND TASTE IT. BETTER PHONE 378.TORAY. AND JUST SEE, H,OW.GOOD ITJ8. John Gilrnore, Limited, Bakers CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 5-879 Toilet Preparations We are adding to our stock daily, just as soon as they can be shipped from New' York. We now have- FACE^POWDERS, at 60c. ROUGES, \ HAIR TONICS, BLEACHING'CREAMS, COLD CREAMS. 'V--r-r- The Frank HedleyDriigCo. a limited supply OF PRIME YOUNG R. Coultry Phone 492 The Albert* Meat Market Canada. Food Board License -' Number 8-28688. Hay & F. 0. HYDE & CO. Cor. 2nd Ave, and 13th 8t. A. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 3^802 A Monument io Gooi! Taste . Simplicity in a monument-* erected as a memorial tribute to the departed loved one is better than elaborateness. However, -we are prepared to furnish both-kinds, in fact we meet any requirements. May we be favored with your request for an\est!in-ate,: ' Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works r. Needa, Prop. 8th Street 8. / -'-'--N The Twentieth Century Book Store -IS FULL OF NOVELTIES- J3E8IDE8 MODERN FICTION, REPRINT8, POETS, OXFORD BIBLES AND METHODIST, ENGLISH CHURCH HYMN BOOKS / ,'.'' WE HAVE DOLLS, LEATHER, IVORY, EBONY GOODS, WRITING MATERIAL IN GREAT VARIETY. 614 fourth avenue PHONEYS Office Equipment sod Stationery Stenbjraiiher't Note Books ....i. '* * |$9.86lper^00 . 82.00 to' 83.60 per box Typewriter Carbon ... Typewriter Ribbons ."...........:.T....'. 76c and f 1.00 each Second Sheets.........................81.25 and 81.60 per 1,000 EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE ; EVERALL & FRANKS Slnnot Block Cor. 4th Aye. and 6th St. ;