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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOTiDHEIMER PIANO* EDISON PHONOGRAPHS A3SINIBOIA MUSIC CO., ltd. "Everything Musical" S15 Oth Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD j GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 984 11th Street 8.'  Phone 14M Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Reasonable Prlees. _ .v No. 1 PORK, BEEF and MUTTQN DELANY'S 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 Beach, Harold Bell Wright, Mary Roberts Rine-hart, B. M. Bower, Zane Grey, Robert W. Chambers, Gene Strntton Porter, Jack London and many others. ^ * Selling at 85c each THE KENNY & ALLIN GO., Ltd. &te**&&#. Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 14*7 BRITISH VICTORY IN EAST TO FREE Ottoman Empire Imperilled by Brilliant Stroke of Gen. Alleubv WELL OBSERVED Miss Ponton, provincial Officer, Visits City-Is Well Satisfied Have You Secured all the Fruit You Need ^ for Canning? ' IF NOT, WE CAN STILL QUOTE YOU THE FOLLOWING: Peaches, per case.............-.y.......... 1.90 Flemish Beauty Pears, per case*.... Italian Prunes, per case............". ;\ 1.75' ,-,.., T-'_'��,..' 11. Hyslop Crab Apples, per case ........3.00 Grfen Tomatoe�- 40 "> c�� Pond Seedling Plums, per 4 bskt case ...... 1.95 Pickling Cucumbers, per case ....... WE EXPECT OUR.FIRST SHIPMENT OF CONCORD GRAPES THIS WEEK. 3.85 1.35 1.85 THE GOOD CO. LIMITED High-Class Cash Grocers Canada food board license number s-499- Phfcnir525 MARKETS London. Sept. 23.- (Canadian Press Jispatch from Reuter's).-The victory of Gen. Allenby is haileij as a tnodel in conception and execution. it is the most complete of any hitherto attained by the allies in any theatre. Gen. AUenby's consummate use pt cavalry is ospeciallv praised by military critics here. The immediate effect of the victory is the liberation of the Holy Land, for it is believed that Gen. Allenby will have little difficulty in entirely clearing nori thern Palestine and be able to relieve ins communication by establishing a sea base at Haifa, when the railway runs to Damascus and Beisan. Thus the whole Turkish railway system in Boiiihern Syria ,is controlled by the Anglo-French forces in Palestine. The Turkish disaster is bound to have the most profound reaction in Constantinople and Sofic and compromise the situation of the Turks in Persia end Caucasia. The Daily Telegraph, which declares the existence pi the Ottoman empire is imperilled by one of the master strokes of the war. points out that Gen. Allenby struck oarly and has al! the campaigning season still �before him. The Morning Post urges that a dip-Jomatic'effort be made to detach Turkey from the central powers. UNDERTAKING We are seiling our entire stock a: lower prices. Call-and see" us. Our HOME MADE and FACTORY GOODS to sell-at 15% off. MOTOR EQUIPMENT MacKAY & MacKAY , 803 3rd Ave. S.. Lethbridge Phone 1S02_ Nover Closed Reorganization of the provincial food control committee is under way. and an efficient organization, in close touch with the people in every portion^ the province, is being effected, "according to' Miss Ponton, a member of the staff of Capt. Hunt, new chair-,man of the food control committee of the province. Miss Ponton is in the city today on her first trip over the territory. She has been calling at the smaller towns between Calgary and Lethbridge. '"My main object is to get reports ou the manner in which the food control laws are being observed. Then we will be in a position to know just what sort of organization is needed." Miss Ponton states that on the whole the regulations are being fairly well observed, though in some quarters they were being treated more or less, as a joke. "They are no joke, howeyer," she stated. "It is surprising what fine results are being gained taking the country as a whole, and I am pleased to say that the people are only too anxious, as a rule, to help in every' way possible." While here Miss Ponton called on local members of the committee. Rev. Baker, who was' secretary of the local committee, has moved from the city and this willnecessltate a reconstruction of the committee, but nothing will be done until Miss Ponton reports to Capt. Hunt at Edmonton. Meantime the work is" being carried on very effectively, and she finds the closest co-operation between the wholesalers and the retailers and between the lat-terand the public. Winnipeg, Sept. . 23.-Business on the cash market continued very quiet today and all offerings, were very light execpt wheat. Receipts of this grain are increasing. Oats closed %c higher for October and lc higher for December. Barley closed 2V=c higher for October. Flax closed 6c.higher for October; Sic higher for November and 6c higher for December. Winnipeg Markets. Oats- Open Close October................So So November ..............82Vi' S2;-s Barley- October ...............11714 118 Flax-October ............... " 391 November.............379 384 December ............,376 376 Cash Prices. Oats- Xo. C.Wi. Xo. 2 C.W...8S Extra 1 Feed . Xo. 1 Feed, S3 Barley- Xo. 3 C.W.. 11S. I Rejected ...... j Flax- iXo. 1 N.W.C. Calgary Cattle. Calgary. Sept. 23.-The cattle market was weaker today and comprised stocker cattle principally, which were down 50c from Saturday's prices. There were no hogs on sale. ....._____S4% Xo.-2. Feed, 79% Xo. 4 C.W., 113 .........^...100 .............401 He Knew That She Knew what .was best in confectionery -therefore he always selected A Box of Our Candy To be presented to her when he called'. Our chocolates are always fresh and of'the'very best quality. : "f � � IN BOXES- Nylo, . v: Cameron, Beaumont;' � . ' Neilson's, Page & Shaw's. in BULK- Moir's. Neilson's. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Successors to Jackson & Co. Telephones 555 and 1232 Sherlock Building CITY AND DISTRICT Retail Merchants Important meeting in Board of Trade building tomorrow . at ,10.30 sharp. May Visit Lethbridge Hon. N. W. Rowell has promised to visit ^Lethbridge if at all possible, on his return from the Pacific coast. . We Find Ourselves Overstocked in Stoves, Ranges & Heaters bftth coal and gas and have decided to offer for at few days only a special discount of to cash} --*^ibstefoace is attainable only through 0'ir victory or at the pricj tt our utter destruction." Rearrested on Old Charge Fourteen months ago the theft ot a gold watch and Bhain was reported at police headquarters, and .one Joe Thomas was arrested, but later released for lack of evidence. Today he was remanded till tomorrow to answer to the same charge, Detective Wallis having secured further evidence. Conviction Quashed Lee Kee of Coalhurst. threw a bucket ot slops over the roof of a neighboring kitchen recently and was assessed $25 and costs by F. McDonald, J.P. The conviction was quashed in supreme court this morning on the application of Messrs. Hogg anfl Jain-ieson on account ot the fact that the Oriental receiver no hearing. The fine was ordered returned, and the costs assessed to the magistrate. Chief Hardy Returns-Chief Hardy has returned to the city after attending the convention of both the Dominion Fire Chiefs' association and the Dominion Chief Constables' association. Chief Hardy was reelected vice-president for Alberta, The conventions will both he held in Calgary next year. This will be the first time they have been held west of Port Arthur. London, Ont.i Sept. 23.-In a' vigorous sermon here yesterday "Rev. M. F. Fallon, bishop' of-London, recently returned from France-and an interview with Pope Benedict, at Rome, emphatically gave the lie to the charges that the .pope is throwing his weight against the allies in the war. "1 know aud I want you to know that any man, any newspaper, or any journalist who says the pope is not impartially holding the scales, speaks, or writes, what is a He. It has not a speck .of truth in it." he declared. � "I know sifch charges were being made before I left and I heavd them in England. Such hypocrisy' made me sick and I said so." He added that the pope had childron in all countries and was not afraid to tell.them when, they were doing wrong. Referring to the efforts being made to have the, pope, expound or approve the cause/of the allies in the face of their past attitude of insult and abuse toward him, he said "not a word was had enough to use 011 Peter until we wanted to use him. I take second place to no man in supporting our cause, hut I am not fool enough to ask a man I have been insulting for years to come and help me." 50 casualties, and capturing JO prisoners. ' Capt. William N. ^MacLean, Vancou^ ver, led his company �with the greats est skill, under heavy Are, to tho pb� jective which yaa gained. v""'. Capt. James Scroggie, Victoria, Jed' a successful raid, and took several prisoners. Lieut. C. H. Fitsroy, Old*. Alta., led a' daylight patrol, bombed ..a, post, cuisine four casualties. Lieut. J. R. Hardy, Brandon, enter, ing a trench he was held up by a machine gun which he captured and, getting separated, he put another machine gun post out of action. METZ REGION BOMBED'. London, Sept. 23.-Machines ot the British Independent air force dropped nearly 16 tons of bombs on German airdromes and on blast furnaces in the Metz region on Saturday night, it was officially announced today. The blast furnaces at Hagendingon and Rombach were bombed. Four enemy airdromes were bombed by the' raiders. SLOW TIME AGAIN OCT. 27. Ottawa; Sept. 23.-Canada will resume ordinary time at i.a.m. Sunday, October 27. All c-ocks_ will at that hour be put back sixty mrtiutes..,: BARBERS WestbrookBros, Opposite Bank of Montreal Kentish Association Members of the above association are reminded of the regular monthly meeting to be held In St. Mary's hall, tomorrow (Tuesday) evening. The attendance ot every possible member is 'requested and a general invitation Is extended to all men from the "hop" country to be present. MemberB may also briiig a friend if they.desire. W. A.-Buchanan, M.P., has kindly consented to attend, and will give a talk on bis recent visit to England. The FIVE GET M TO M. M. London. Sept. 23.-Particulars are gazetted of deeds for which a bar to the Military Cross has been awarded. Capt. Franklin J. Gary?, Victoria, carried out a successful raid, causing ftest Meats YOU CAN DEPEND ON US WHEN YOU PHpNE YOUR ORDER. �'�'� ' R. Coultry Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market Canada Food Board License Number 8-28693. Hay & Feed F.O.HYDE&CO. Cor. 2nd Ave. and 12th St A. PHONE 1244 i LETHBRIDGE CANADA FQOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 3-802 HANDS UP! Are You Going to take advantage of our large wall paper stock? Others have and find t our papers the best values ever ' offered. Bring the sizes of your rooms. 1 p ERTSON'S BOOK STORE PHONEM265 '�5GE HOTEL BLOCK QUAKER BREAD is a Real Victory Loaf QUAKER BREAD CONTAINS 10% OF SUBSTITUTES AS REQUIRED if BY THE FOOD CONTROLLER. THESE SUBSTITUTES ARE BARLEY FLOUR, CORN FLOUR, OAT FLOUR AND OATMEAL. QUAKER BREAD IS TODAY A BETTER EATING AND KEEPING LOAF THAN IT EVER WAS BEFORE THE USE OF SUBSTITUTES. THE SUBSTITUTES WE USE GIVE THJE LOAF:FLAVOR AND KEEP IT MOIST, John Gilmore, Limited, Bakers CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 5-879 The Twentieth Century Book Store -i-IS FULL OF NOVELTIES- RESIDES MODERN. FICTION, REPRINTS, POETS, OXFORD BIBLES AND METHODIST, ENGLISH CHURCH HYMN BOOKS WE HAVE DOLLS, LEATHER, IVORY, EBONY GOODS, WRITING MATER-IAL IN GREAT VARIETY. 514 FOURTH AVENUE phone 613 f Office Equipment and Stationery Stenographer's Note Books.........................$9.85 per 100 Typewriter Carbon........................ S2.00 to $3,50 per box Typewriter Ribbons .......................... 75c and 11.00 each Second Sheets......................... S1.Z5 and $1.50 per 1,000 EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE EVERALL & FRANKS Sinnot Block Cor. 4th Ave. and 6th 8t. 63 6435 7213 ;