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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta N03QHE!MER PIANOS EDISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everythlnu Muslc.il" eth Street South Phone 1545 GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 984 11th Street S. Phone 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Reasonable Price*. Experimental Farm CHICKEN & LAMB Also Ducks, Geese and Turkeys DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel phone 452 Canada Food Board License Number 9-266-; QUALITY GOODS AT LOWER PRICES owing to the increase in business AND our stock is turning faster, means, that when you buy here you are assured of always gttting THE best and cleanest procurable. the bulk goods we carry are all kept in the walker bin sanitary fixtures. if you haven't secured your FRUIT for canning, WE advise doing so AT an early date, or you may be disappointed. THE GOOD CO. LIMITED High-Class Cash Grocers canada food board license number 8-599 Phone 525 REPRINT BOOKS We have now in stock a magnificent line of books by such well known writers as Rex Beach, Harold Bell Wright, Mary Roberts Rine-hart, B. M. Bower, Zans Grey, Robert W. Chambers, Gene Strattor. Porter, Jack London and many others. Selling at 85 c each THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. t&teftS&r Store NEXT OALLAS HOTEl PHONE 14*7 MARKETS - r, ,11.1 THE FATE OF THE OSTRICH Germany, led her head The sand cr.it> �Way io her W: j.ir''.i '!)� .-"ami ni haile.l h�r exclt- a million � on tin- Am  "and vrav edly "Their .ire :mw rru-an.� in .�i(?u'." Ii" there are million* ir.nv JTh are after you'" "Pjoa. a� >he pu.ecur�!y ir.ta the miii I. "Vu.i ar-�XigS'm al i;ir grcai'v 1 kn >-.v ,�!1 �bo-i! the Amern .m*. Th.-;.- utt> unlj a oviT Iioi''. .an) i,,) more .-.k- m hf. ;i;i�p ;!.pr >\yuM have i,o..',t..; 1>j Uv on " The Mail.1  '.'i -.*.� .-?) frame of hi- burrow, and : tin: bUd precipitately back !> '.Jc-n anv ��>� :.;!'r. t:,". ;u wlii'ca .inn. y oU.-ll flltr raien? 1 t"ll }i,-i I?it" of Ar. �; 1 .' :i-  ,1!' p.%�( iok :t y -a ?.il 1 he. "but " 1 1 v. 1 * up a nintji'!'..! -ICO. n.o ��' the A'ti Ui "h'v.-.-i rlm-icll there were any of them n>-.ir me-and ! : know thtre a-en't - I a:r quite -safe, be-|  .iiim> 1 i-at:'! . . ati'i ill- As '.>; .t' 1:;. 111 -. Cerniaiiy tiemli'o'd ' \ iuh'Iitly. ..lid til- -.�nd rnih il-a:d .1 r 1  - of dtl!!. ih;. i,eaii:- thuds w;is th�; ?" \\� a-ke.l. f-arfullv Winnipep. Sept. 21.-Thero wa? no imr.1,-0 iti the c-ii.ih mn*kets today and .Terinjts wore extremely light. tvc I let. . . . S4H 5-1"� -sr. rt7."> . ...... 11: Cash Prices No \v: lt.ir :n 1: -11: replt-e I ii".!: ' he '�'iVat'-. .1v "11-' in-i!:" . and ind . i!>'-i 1 C. d a- rrnany oniethliic. e-:ided hi flax :d N. 4 C. W. 1 - " i Inn' iey .-or . 1 any !� our h that ihj.i : p. re 01 HANDS UP! | ARLOWS EAT ARKET Phone 796 1110 Sixth Avenue 9. CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 9-8330 row in inv U.M.I h. "til-.. ..'�' around >mi w |ih 1 !u!t-i ' Nil no! \y "'1 ii-.- ar.-n' � V..�. ih.-:.- an , rati. ".:!ld t'.ei Mi) f�-.it!:-: - ..lid T!.>: - ar n't p.-at'-l U-nn i!i>. til.- -and "Til--. jiowd*':' '! "Til.; .-i! Will Ii- i ' w ill pro. and mo:.. a po--taketi "  N-\ cr A :)i.'ini..nt 1. threw th.- sand . rack-d hi- shell -non a-" h- iv;h :i to th- li.oifh of 1 for many, t'.; iiiK retiiiiiued nf he:. . feiithars aud on- o-Mesh "All. well,- s^ho.J "Otrnianj v.i- a itot In hand .1 to lie: she . ui:ld d-. � iv>- he: er.tlv Ulan anyo.-i- *ni sayipv i ii.- ...and e.l tut ijentt in hi-. to \M\\. J.tl.h iv; !i ail he p.;;-.i:ie r'k ! ' Ve: V ..-I  n.-nr!-.  d to d �' \ ' 1" !.(!!> 1 ' d". ia 1 alie.l I.a i. of Atne: i. an- ! ar- hiti liu- � 011 t- of thini:.-' " U.-rmany ll.-ree Mr.eru an-' -i-t-d the -ard nilitni: niit ;. .eir � intc f.-atiurs ' Atn-r:. an-' " ! ru h-r to-id :ti:.. strer.cth. a barrel of uuti-hr.l'.-d 1 Ml. Lad: and if t(l .'X' Il-e 10- ! You ui - !.ii-iter ' rire> ml-- ir-.l �.)i:-'.e:l !..,.!: ty and looli- j >-:ri. h. Nolli l>: .1 !>* pin A Box of Our Candy To lie presented to Imr when he enlled. Our ehocolatef fresh nnil of tl.>- \ it v. IN BOXES- .Nylo. Cameron, Beaumont. Nellson's. I'aRO &. Shnw' IN bulk- Molr'k. NclUon'8. are tv he a.-ways n tiual- THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Suceessora to Jackson i C*. Talephonet 655 and 1232 Shsrlosk Building CITY AND DISTRICT Killed In Action. Lanee-Corp, T. V. Bunrh, Fernie, has been hilled in ueilon. Band Concert The city hand will play at Henderson Park 011 Sunday afternoon at ,1.00 o'clock if the weather 1m favorable. A Generous Contribution The Nolilefonl Red Crossi society has forwarded to the Herald n check for Sloo for the Sailors Relief Fund. The amount ban Ix-cn given to Uie treasurer of the fund. S. Alberta Casualties Corp. L. I'owell. of Purple Springs. In in the lists today as hciiiR itiiHsed. It, K Norman of Pltuher Creek, has been wounded. II. Myers of Vulcan, lin.-t also been wotlUileil. Tag Day for G.W.V.A. To avoid cljishliiB with the I. O. T>. K. Tug Day the Croat War Next of Kin have ileclil"il to eliumte the date of their full offensive from Oct. ."th to Oct. 17. Pl-as.- remember that you will have an opportunity of xhoivjiif,' your apprecla' Inn of the work done by the I.cllibridgc boys who have returned, and your sympathy with their effort* for the men y. t to return, by contributing on Saturday, Oetoher lhtli. DISCOUNT We Find Ourselves Overstocked in Stoves. Ranges & Heaters both coal and gas and have decided to offer for a few days only a special discount of 10% to cash buyers. Inspect our stock; you will not be unfed to buy. Consumers' Hardware and Supply Company 11 but IT iLinock. o� p. r  i th- K' di-1 y Vall'-y 7'i \ 1 ai> . fltran, ier. explo and aa'l.or. -d iiiiifki t v. iien t tli-i colltlll'V r..--'.i;i M'.u .IK'-. it. ho he horn.-ta'.n^ .\-Ntlantf -.-t-.'-IK ed f h.. tii.o: aiiolll t. ' dr. >v a a- Ni. 1. wa- don .1 T a r -. I'oneiso wain jail, ll'-cently :hf 'ha: Ni lllipond we-pull a mm on him. so lie � volv. r an.! fired three ihn;.. all mi-.-ii.it. The i li-.-id. hat I'v-for one t!:mr;; �= � IT more �thol- 111 1 In- world " . rah -t.-alsn.cn-11 and sidlet otf Law r-in e Are You of Going 10 take adTantagu our large wall p&per "toe!-: Others hav* aud find ou papers tb� b�st values offered Brine the size- of your rooms. evar ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE (.ITHaftiOQC HOTEL BLOCK PHONE 1265 I' w.i"- -a. I of Ab-.ahaui I'.othstein .1) Toron-o p-d.i "whisky." wl... h . o-t him less than $1 a bottle. a' per bottle. On- customer alone l.oiKht $1;'." worth of liquor from Hoth- �tein in on.- w.-.-k Hothstein paid hL; �;  t-ratii-es. Joseph I'oloski, a ltussian : Pol--, was tlnt-d Sloo and costs in Wind--or polio- i ourt. 1'oloskl. according' to w-.m.'-se-. sail: "To hell with the Allied armies." when asked to enlist in the Polish Ipkiou. , Itichartl W. Taylor told Henry Squir- i > s. a returned imearmed soldier, aj hard luck story at WlnnlpcK and was kIviui a led and breakfast tiy Siiuires. Taylor took his host's roll, amounting to i:i5 wiien lie left the house, taylor was -eiiteni cd to six months In jail. Fresh Eggs Are Brincing 50c to 60c per dozen This is a Roldeti opportunity for the poultry rai-er if he uses Dr. Hess Poultry Panacea 35c - 85c - and $3.50 MAKE GUARANTEED TO "HENS LAV FOR SALE ONLY BY 11. Higiibitluii & Co --- Limited --- Alkartaf* Plantar OruoflaW WhataMla an4 RaUII Chamlat* Phones 1515 and 322 Sad Bereavement. A i-'id ln.'reavetii.-iit came lo Warner ami community very suddenly on V.'edtic .day n'orninv. Sept. IS, at y a.m. Hoy Calvin, the only miii of Mr. and Mrs. I.orne AlclCenzie passed aniiy peacefully after an lllne-s last-i inir barely six hour;. After a short 'service nt the hotuo Thursday after-! noon, the remains were taken to Warner evangelical . liiirch where an itn-| pressivo service was conducted by I Kev. W. !!. 1 "eiiltls. Ill the pi-esencc of la large company of rela:i\es and Ifri.nds Mi-s S-hiel. In-, urade teacher, sanir "Co To Tiiy H'-st. D.-ar Cl-.lld." .A trio, composed of tea. hers of the j Warner Con-.dldatc.l -cliool. sani? |' Safe In the Arms ol Jesus" Murlal j look pl:n e in tin- Warner c-nieti-ry. I Tlli- h'reave,1 parent- have the sin-ircnsi syni|iatliy of the entire com-| imtnity. Washington. Sept. 21.-Bosnia, Herzegovina and Croatia are to be formed into a single provincial government under the Austro-Hungarian empire with Count Tisia, former Hungarian premier, at its head, according to an official dispatch from Switzerland today. PERSHING'S THANKS. Ottawa, Sept. ui - Sir Hubert Borden has received throuch tin- Cuna-diau hiRh commissioner the following reply to his receni nirssafte of con-Kintulations to General Pershinp, on the success of the recent American offensive in France: "Please transmit to the prime minister of Canada my u.-kmi'vleilKmeip and hearty thanks ror his cordial telegram of fiiiiKnitulutlons which 1 have just received." HAVE WILSON REPLY. AniKlerdiun. Sept. �_'! The Ameri can reply to the A ust nv-l 1 iini;:uian proposal for an ujiblndin;: and secret conference of the hollip-rents was communicated 'o the Austro llunKar-l.iu fon-if,n office yesterday by the Swedish minister. aecordiliK to a tel.-. (train received here today from Vienna. PHONE 1559 For Your Next Sign Order and Try the Western Sign Co. 414 Fourth Ave. ), BARBERS Westbrook Bros, Opposite Bank of Montreal A LIMITED SUPPLY Of PRIME YOUNG Turkeys R. Coultry Phone 492 The Albe-U Meat Market Canada Food Hoard License ' Number 8-28�93. HANDS UPlln ; CARD OF THANKS. Mrs and Mr-' Vandervoot �i-h (o| | tJictik iheir many friends for klndncs-; and sympatny shown In their recent Mid bereavement, also for the follow-Hfo; floral tributes: Sprays: Mr. and j Mrs. Turcoite. Mr. and Mrs. .I. Han jcock; Violet, Lome and Janet Scott; i Klla and Annie Anderson. Mr. and '.Mrs. j. Walton aud family, Mr. and i.Mrs C (iant. Tommy Oant, Mr. and I Mrs. liiKoIdsby, .Mr. and Mrs. Ilellier land Mary, l.iltle Heth Sioti, Mr. Iltobt. I,anit. Mr. mid Mrs. Scawaiil. | Mr. and Mrs A. Fairfield, the Misses I Washhrook, Mr. and Mrs. L>. McNab, j Mr. and Mrs. C. liiKram. Mr. and Mrs. I A. M Hitchie. Norman Taylor, Mr. 'and Mrs. T. Walton. Wreaths: Mr ,-r.d Mrs A. Williamson, Mr. and Mrs. Vamlcrvoort. ANNOUNCEMENT Miss Alii .11^ ('ia.-i.-eS and would .vislimt; to a-.i-nc- on Afree, 11 r��'� b� Tunawrlter Rlbbona .......................... >*c and �'0O Mc" IK Sheet. ..................... 11.29 - LOW EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE EVER ALL & FRANKS Slnnot Block Cor. 4th Ave. and Sth St. j \ ;