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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOSOHEIMER PIANOS EDISON PHONOGRAPHS XsSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everythino Musical" S1S Sth Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD] Experimental Farm Lamb, Ducks, Geese and Turkeys I. DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 453 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. Bex .Beach.. 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 85c each THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Store next dallas hotel PHONE 1487 aiaBaea: GEORGE MORGAN ' HOUSE DECORATOR 9tt 11th Strait 8, Phone 14M Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Reason-" able Prices. IF IT'S FRUIT YOU WANT CONSULT US ALSO GROCERIES WE BUY IN LARGE QUANTITIES, AND SINCE WE HAVE ADOPTED OUR NEW CASH SYSTEM, AND ELIMINATED THE EXTRA EXPENSE OP DOING BUSINESS. WE ARE ABLE TO QUOTE PRICES AT A FIGURE THAT MAKES THE PUBLIC WONDER HOW IT CAN BE DONE THEREFORE, WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW  We managed to secure about 60 cases of Pohd Seedling Plums in AI con- dition. Extra Special, While They Last, per 4 Basket Case, at .. $145 THE GOOD CO. LIMITED High-Class Cash Grocers canada food board license number s-599 Phone 525 r MARKETS OVER SUCCESS OF ALLIES IN EAST Frankfort Zeitung Pays Tribute to Strategic Skill of Allied Leaders. 7. . London. Sept. 26.-(Canadian Press dispatch from Reuter's).-A dispatch from Amsterdam says that the entente successes in Macedonia and Palestine have greatly alarmed the Frankfort Zeitung, - which cannot refrain from paying tribute to the enemy's strategic skill and says: ^Especially the English show themselves again inasters of~colonial warfare." "'The paper also admits that the point of the break-through in Macedonia was the most cleverly chosen. Becoming Frantic , �;,Amsterdam, Sept 26.-"We must b'e~ victorious, we are not to perish politically and economically," Grand Admiral' Von Koe3ter, former commander-in-chief of ' the German fleet, declared in a speech to the German navy league at Dortmund, a Berlin message reports. "After the -war," continued the admiral, "our ships in large numbers must traverse the ocean and we must have colonies, with strong points of support We want free trade on the -seas and W-e will only get that under the protection of the German fleet." The speaker eulogized the sword as ,a means to victory, declaring: "As nature needs storm, as God has given beasts teeth and claws, man also needs the sword." In referring to the proposed league ot nations. Admiral Von 'Koester declared that Germany would only have the roll of a Cinderella in it. AIM TO UNITE ALL We have just received a large stock of colored note papers, plain and gilt edges. Robertson's Book Store LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK PHONE 1265 ARLOW'S EAT ARKET Phone 796 1110 Sixth Avenue 8. * CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER WSM UNDERTAKING We! - are. selling � our entire stock� at lower prices." Call and see us. Ourv HOME MADE and FACTORY GOODS to sell at 15% tt. MOTOR EQUIPMENT MacKAY & MacKAY '  803 3rd Ave. S., Lethbridge Phone 1802____Nover Closed Toronto. Sept. 26.-Questions of great national, social and religious importance are on the program for consideration, when the stalwarts of Canadian Methodism, both ministers and laymen, gather at Hamilton, Ont., on Oct. 2; at the quadrennial session of the Methodist general conference of the Dominion of Canada. 7 While the question of church union, insofar as the Methodist, Presbyterian and Congregational churches in Canada are concerned, has been practically laid aeide until after the war, by the action, of the last Presbyterian general assembly, the question of still more co-operation between the churches of different denominations is a live issue and will be discussed at the conference. In Western Canada and in New Ontario, there has been a great "doubling up" of churches, particularly of these three denominations,, with the resultant saving of a great many men and much money. . An appeal will be made to the general conference by the superintendent for the support of the far-reaching idea of a'"world's conference on faith and order." There is an outstanding attempt on the part of the United States and Canadian religious bodies, to unite all bodies in Christendom in closer cooperation and religious work. Dr. Chown contends that it is quite "practical politics." Winnipeg, Sept.,26.-The cash market was very quiet and with very light offerings. Oats closed %c lower for October and %c lower for December. Barley closed *ic lower for October and December closed at 112VS. Flax closed 5%c lower for October and 6c lower for November and 6*4c lower for December. Winnipeg Markets. Oats- Open .October................Si% December ..............82% Barley- \ October ..............113% December .............112 Flax- October ...............3P0 November.............395 December .............375 Cash Prices. Oats- Xo. 2 C.W.. .87% Xo. 3 C.W.. Extra 1 Feed................. No. 1 Feed, S2% No. 2 Feed, Barlev- No. 3 C.W., 113 No. 4 C.W., 108 Rejected..................100 Feed.........................,.99 Flax-No. 1 N.W.C.......,...........394 Close 84% 113 y* 112% 3S4 379 367% .S4 .84 79 E DEFECTIVES OPENED Province Has Fitted Up Building in Edmonton to Accom-, modate From7 40, to 50 Poultry Profits May be Multiplied Don't-be satisfied with half way profits from your poultry at this time. Promote the production of eggs and you will not only make money, but you will be aiding in (he conservation of food. ' ' Pratt's Poultry Powder will make the hens lay and will keep your entire flock in a thrifty condition. Price - 30c, 60c, $1.50, $2.00 and $3.00. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Successors to Jackson A Co. Telephones 655 and )232 Sherlock Building CITY AND DISTRICT Clean Slate Another clean slate, the second this week, greeted Magistrate Irwin at the city police court today. New Law Office Mr. John Vaselenak of this city, has opened up a law office in the Royal Bank Chambers, 3rd Ave. South. Casualties Mailed casualty lists today include the names of Pte. Robert Gilmour, Michel, wounded accidentally, and Pte. John A. Hewat, Fernie, wounded. Case Postponed Owing to the sickness of counsel for the defence the Peterson assault case was postponed this morning in the Supreme Court. 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 urged to buy. Consumers' Hardware and Supply Company ; �;..;. > > GEN. botha ILL 4 Capetown, Sept.: 26.r-(Cana' dian Press dispatch' from Reu: C. o. F. Notice The regular meeting of the Canadian Order of Foresters will be held in the K. of P. hall at 8 o'clock this evening. Please attend. 9 Charles M. Schwab, in charge of shipbuilding operations in the United States,* has asked for deferred classification under the draf of men who are engaged in the shipbuilding industry. CHARLES CHAPLIN At Empress Tonight in "The Champion" GREAT WAR VETERANS' ASSOCIATION Whist Drive and Dance at 0J00 p.m. -'V.:. '� ~ . � � ; . . .  fjFjRIDAY. September 27th REFRESHMENTS NEED'S ORCHESTRA Edmonton, Sept. 26.-In accordance with the announcement made in the legislature las't session,, a temporary home for mentally defective children has been'opened in toehold Y.M.C.A. building, South Edmonton. For some weeks past workmen fiave been busy renovating the building and everything is now in order for the. reception of patients. The premises secured will give accommodation to about 40 or 50 children, and those wishing admission for their , children inay make application to the deputy minister of education. / Hon. George K Smith, minister of education, who will have the. arrangements for this home in charge, states that the home will continued in the present premises beyond some time next year, as -it is realized that such an institution should be established where ample grounds and room are available. Preparations for the establishment of a permanent home will be continued without. delay,, but in the meantime'the, nature of the problems will be discovered and the experience gathered will be a guide to the government ~5n7working out a more permanent plan.* The matron of Jthe new home will be Miss Jean. S.^Abernethy, .a registered .nurse of the province of Alberta. Miss Abernethy^is a graduate of the University hospital of London; England. She was for two years assistant matron of Ilkley hospital and Convalescent home in Yorkshire,- England, and for two years a member of the Metropolitan Asylum board, London, England. Miss Aberae'thy is peculiarly fitted for this special work and, is very partial to work among children. She has .been nine years a special nurse in Edmonton and is well-known here. As housekeeper the department has secured Mrs. Jennie Collinii, who was for three years housekeeper in charge of'the school for foreigners at Vegre-vilie, and who has also held similar positions in the Y.M.C.A. at Edmonton and in the hospital at Grand Prairie. LimBgrUp Yoti0it0cles Whether;.71t be the smooth, trained-to-the-minute muscles of the athlete, or the bulging, knot-fed muscles of r the laborer, or the soft, delicate musfcles of the woman or child, Rexall Rubbing Oil ' is guaranteed to give relief, to hfclp allay, the pain, remove-the BUffness, ^add to the flexibility, reduce the inflammation and swelling, soften, soothe, cooi, and stimulate-or cost you nothing. It it does not satisfy you, come back and get your money. Prices 25c, 50c, $1.00 X 1. ligutohaiB & Co '' 1 1 Limited Tkm 'Affcerts* .*teMM> DrvMlaM* wxtiMtn m� fuun eh�mi�t�>. Phones 1515 and 322 Thanks For Gift The Great "War Veterans'" Association beg to thank Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. MacLeod for their generous gift of an Inlaid Card Table. Supplied Rifle, Fined About three weeks ago W. Buden-stein, a German in this vicinity, was found to be in possession of a rifle and was assessed $100 and costs. Yesterday the man who supplied the rifle was located by Detective Loob and was fined $10 and costs at the Mounted Police Barracks. No Night Classes Secretary-Treasurer J. H. Fleetwood of the public schools announced this morning that owing to the small number of applications received from those desirous of attending n*ight classes, the board has decided to establish no night classes this season. AT "Though the movement of grain on the Lethbridge railway division is not causing any great worry, no car shortages being reported from any point, the movement of coal is very heavy for this season of the year. The output of the mines on the division has reached the high mark usually reached other years in December, about 2�5 cars daily.1 Whether this mark can be surpassed will depend on the condition of the labor market and the demand foi- coal by Saskatchewan and- Manitoba consumers. SPANISH INFLUENZA IN MONTREAL SCHOOLS Montreal, Sept. 26.-An outbreak of Spanish influenza has occurred among school children in Montreal. So far only a few cases have been reported and these have all been isolated. The provincial authorities report there are probably several thousand cases in Quebec and 12 deaths have occurred from it. DANGEROUS ON ACCOUNT OF HIS INTELLIGENCE Toronto, Sept. 26.-Considered by the court aa an "extremely dangerous man on account of his intelligence," Constantine^.Goshunk, secretary of the Social-Revolutionary party of Bolsho-vikl, was convicted by Magistrate J Kingsford yesterday under the order- ' in-council, fined $1,000' and sent to the penitentiary for three years. The ^conviction rested on the;minutes and literature of the�society taken by Detective Maurei- in tjlie recent raid on its meetings. � > * >? the publication of newspapers ? published in enemy languages > in Canada. Such papers, if ? tbey wish to continue must ? be - printed in English or * ? ? * : > * > ..#Jio. - has recently been very ij),'has been ordered to take special treatment and a lengthy holiday. His doctors hope that by doing this he may make a complete recovery. KING CONGRATULATES SERVIA Washington, Sept. 26.-King George of England has sent:a. message of congratulations to King Peter of Serbia on the success of the Serbian troops in Macedonia, the Serbian legation was advised today- in a cablegram from Corfu. CLEANLINESS FIRST You're .safe at the Sanitary Shop. i_ ' Westbrook Bros, Opposite Bank of Montreal Best Meats YOU. CAN -DEPEND ON US WHEN YOU PHONE YOUR ORDER. R. Coultry Phone 492 Tha Alberta Meat Market Canada Food,Board License Number ii-28692. CARD OF THANKS I wish to take this opportunity ol thanking all those -for-, their klndneas and sympathy shown^ towards me during the past week, also for th� beautiful flowers. v x Mrs. John, Murdock, 243-1  1252 6th Ave. A, S. ANNOUNCEMENT ;A dance will be held in the Rex theatre,; Coalhurst, Friday, Sept. 27. First class' music. Gents $1.00>ladies free. Everybody welcome. 241-3 " A few more f ecruits � ''Vi 7 ,. � are now, required for & Feed F.O.HYDE&CO. Cor. 2nd Ave: and 12th St. A. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 3-802 APPLY AT ONCE R. N. W. M. ADMISSION 75c Quaker Bread Always has a Sweet Flavor QUAKER BREAD HAS ALWAVS^BEEN NOTED FOR ITS SWEET, NUTTY, WHOLESOME FLAVOR. THE BEST OF INGREDIENTS FULLY MIXED, CAREFULLY HANDLED, PROPERLY BAKED AND DELIVERED CLEAN IS WH.ATM HELPS TO GIVE IT THAT FLAVOR 80 MUCH APPRECIATED BY OUR CUSTOMERS. YOU SHOULD BE A CUSTOMER OF OURS AND SERVE THIS EXTRA FINE BREAD ON ..YOUR TABLE THREE TLMES A DAY, NEVER ANY WASTE WITH QUAKER BREAD. John Gilmore, Limited, Bakers L CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER S-SH The Twentieth Century Book Store -IS FULL OF NOVELTIES- J3ESIDE8 MODERN FICTION, REPRINTS, POETS, OXFORD BIBLES ANO METHODIST, ENGLI8H CHURCH HYMN BOOKS, WE HAVE / DOLLS, LEATHER,.IVORY, EBONY -GOODS, WRITING MATERIAL IN GREAT VARIETY^ 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 61* Office Equipment and Stationery Stenographer's Note Books.........................j99.86 per.100 Typewriter Carbon ...................... $2.00 to'13.50 per box Typewriter Ribbon*................... .......75c and $1.00; each k Second Sheet*........... ............ $1.25 and $1.50 ptr.djOM. EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE, EVERALL & FRANKS Slnngt Block Cor. 4th Ave. and Bth St. 70 ;