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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta N0.10HEIMER PIANO* EDISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Musical" S15 Oth Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD! GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th Street S. Phone 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Reasonable Prices. Experimental Farm Lamb, ] Ducks, Geese and Turkeys DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel phone 452 Canada Food Goard License Number 9-2S6-; REPRINT BOOKS V.-'c have now i.-i stock 3 mngrvficent line of books by such well known writers as Rex.Beach. Harold Bell Wright, Mary Robc-ti Rine-b.r.ri. B. M. Bower. Zrne Grey. Robert W. Chambers, G:r.-~ S'.ra-.ton Porter, Jack London and mar.> others. Selling at 85c each THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT CALLAS HOTEL ^&&n�6*r Store PHONE 1*97 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 OF 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 . Wc managed to secure about 60 cases of Pond Seedling Plums in Al condition. Extra Special, While They Last, per 4 Basket Case, at.............$1.45 THE GOOD CO. LIMITED High-Class Cash Grocers CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 8-599 Phone 525 R navy leaeiie a' :i'MS*;:gt> r�-ports "After the war Dortmund, a Berlin OVER SUCCESS OF ALLIES IN EAST TYr-nkfort Zpitunp Pays Tribute to Strategic Skill of Allied Leaders "iiv, olo: tn i r,i 1 must have -v. ;.[>(:.-.. seas ai'.d the prote Th om:r.iiei\ the ad-tir ships in 1 ..-.-!: s-.vor I." In roje-fihs tn !�. proposed league ' naMiitis. Adtn rai Vim -K.vstor lie-ared that ijeruiany would cniy have .> roll of a i';Tvlia in it MARKETS Winnipeg-. Sept. -''>.- The cash market was vi�ry c ,'owt'r for October and \c lower for December. Hurley closed l,c lower for October and December eloseii at I i J'� Flax closed a'-.-e lower for and fii" lower for November lower for December. Winnipeg Markets October anil ti'-iC Oat�- Oi-tober . December Har'.e> - October December n,u-  October . Novembe r llecenibor Open .ii.' Close Cash !.wmlo;i. .S, p:. Z.-"We must be victorious, h o are not to Orij-h ;.o-!.t!c;ill> and fco-noniieally." UrarnJ AJrcira! Von Koester. former com-mander-in-cu:ef of the German fleet, ueelared in a speech :o the German Al TO UNITE ALL IAN B0OIE! Oats- No. 2 c.\\ F.xtra i Peed . No. ' Feed. S-'1 llaiiev - No. .: C \V . :i:: K.jeeted ...... Prices. No. SI Fee C.W Flax-No. 1 N \V.(*. Toronto. S'-pt national, soi in pertain e are on the sideration when the �-Q:i�-=>!ons -'.\ tnittistfrs and cather r.t tl.imi!to:i. n;.. on �.'. the i;;ia lrennial M's-i'm of :.od'.st le.-nem! i onfe. tn e of iniou of Canada. �Till Fancy Note Papers We have just received a large stock of colored note papers, plain and gilt edges. Robertson's Book Store LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK PHONE 1265 AR LOW'S EAT ARKET Phone 796 1110 Sixth Avenue S. CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER �-6330 adlan laym-n. Oct. .". the Me the Dot While the ciuest'.oti of rhurc'a im ion. insofar as the Methodist. Presbyterian and Congregational churches in Canadi are concerned, lias been practically laid ?�ide until alter the war. by the action of the last Presbyterian genera! assembly, the question of still more selling our entire stock at lower prices. Call and tee its. Our HOME MADK and FACTORY GOODS to sell at 1~>"C Off. MOTOR EQUIPMENT MacKAY & MacKAY 803 3rd Ave. S, I-ethbrldge Phona 1S02 Nover Cloned CHARLES CHAPLIN At Empress Tonight in "The Champion" Edmonton. Sept. 26 - In accordance ivitb the announcement made in the legislature last session, a temporary home for mentally defective children has been opened in the�old Y.M.C.A. building. South Kdmonton. For ?ome weeks past workmen have been busy renovating the building and everything is now In order for the reception of patients. The premises secured will give accommodation to about 4o cr 50 children, and those wishing admission for their children may make application to the deputy minister of education. Hon. George I*. Smith, minister of education, who will have the arrange. meniK for this home in charge, slates that the home will not be 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 pormanent homo will be continued without delay, but in the meantime the nature of the problems will be discovered end the experience gathered will be a guide to the government in working out a more permanent plan.i The matron of the new home will he .Miss Jean S. \Abernethy, a registered nurse of the province of Alberta. -Miss Abernethy in a graduate of the University hospital of London, Kng-land. She was for two years assistant matron of llkley hoipital and Convalescent home in Yorkshire. England, and for two years a member of the Metropolitan Asylum board, London, Kngland. Miss Abernethy is peculiarly fitted for this special work and is very partial to work among children. She has been nine years a special nurse in Kdmonton and is well-known here. As housekeeper the department has secured .Mrs. Jennie Colllnii, who was for three years housekeeper in charge of the school for foreigners at Vegre-ville. and who lias also held similar positions In the Y.M.C.A. at Kdmonton ami in the hospital at Grand Prairie. Poultry Profits May be Multiplied Don't be satisfied with half �way profits from your poultry at this time. Promote the production of egg- and you will not only make money, but you will be aiding in ".he conservation of food. Pratt's Poultry Powder will make the lr?tis 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 555 and ^32 Sherlock Building Limber Up Your Muscles CITY AND DISTRICT i Clean Slate | Another clean Mate, the second, this week, erected Magistrate Irwin nt the ' city police court today. i New Law Office ! Mr. John Yaselena'.; of this city, lias 'opened up a law office in the Royal i Hank Chambers. :',n| Ave. South. Casualties Mallei! casualty lists today imlude tho names of Pte. Knhert Gilmoiir. Michel, wounded accidentally, and Pte. John A. ilewat. I-Vruie, wounded. i Case Postponed Owing to the sickness of counsel for tbn detenc" ;he i'eteron mnauit case was postpone i this morning m the Supreme Coin-. C. O. F. Notice The regular ni""titiK of the Canadian Order of Hesters will lie held in the K of P. hall ai s o clock this eveultic Pleas- .ifcnd. 10o^\ 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 urged to buy. Consumers' Hardware and Supply Company I Thanks For Gift 1 The Great War Veterans* Association iieg to thank .Mr. and Mrs. Geo. II. MacLeod for their generous gift | of an Inlaid l'an! 'table. Supplied Rifle, Fined About three weeks a-'o VY. linden-fteiii. a German in tins vicinity, ii'a-I found to be in po-.-ession of a rifle and i was assessed $t" tor's.). -Gen. Hotha, who has 4 recently been very 111. has been > ordered to take special treat- * nient and a lengthy holiday. # Ills doctors hope, that by doing > this lie may make a complete. } recovery. } 5 v ! : : : *� ; ; ; ' ; cars daily. Whether tills mark can be surpassed will depend on the condition of the labor market and the detnar .1 for coal by Saskatchewan and Manitoba, consumers. CLEANLINESS FIRST You're safe nt the Sanltarv Shop. Westbrook Bros, Opposite Bank of Montreal i SPANISH INFLUENZA I IN MONTREAL SCHOOLS I - ) Montreal, ; of Spanish Sept. -Ci.- -An outbreak Influenza lias occurred among school children in Montreal. So far only a few cases luive been re-' ported and these have all been isolut- ed. The provincial authorities report there are probably several thousand j cases in Quebec and 12 deaths have 'occurred from if. Best Meats YOU CAN OEPENO ON US WHEN YOU PHONE YOUR ORDER. R. Coultry Phone 492 Th* Albe-U M�at Market Canada Food Board License Number 8-28090. DANGEROUS ON ACCOUNT OF HIS INTELLIGENCE Toronto, Sept. ^'8.-Considered by the court a3 an "extremely dangerous man on account of Ills Intelligence," Constantino (ioshuttk, secretary of the Social-Revolutionary party of Bolshn-vikl, was convicted by Magistrate Ivingsford yesterday under tho orclor-ln-councji, lined $1,000 and sent to tlte penitentiary for throe years. The conviction rested on the minutes and literature of the society taken by Detec-live Maurer In Uie recent raid on its meetings. NO MORE ENEMY LANGUAGE PAPERS O'lav.a, Sept. 'JT,. \n order-ill-council Ii:"* hi-: lapsed by the government suppressing the publication of newspapers published In enemy languages In Canada. Such papers, if they wish to continue must be printed in Knglisli or French. Hay & Feed F. 0. HYDE & CO. Cor. 2nd Avo. and 12th St. A. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 3-802 A few move recruits are now required for DRAFT APPLY AT ONCE R. N. W. M. Police Barracks > > * * < /--N GREAT WAR VETERANS' ASSOCIATION Whist Drive and Dance AT 0.00 P.M. FRIDAY, September 27th REFRESHMENTS NEED'S ORCHESTRA * ADMISSION 75c '__-J Quaker Bread Always has a Sweet Flavor QUAKER BREAD HAS ALWAYS'BE EN NOTED FOR ITS SWEET, NUTTY, WHOLESOME FLAVOR. THE BEST OF INGREDIENTS FULLY MIXED, CAREFULLY HANDLED, PROPERLY BAKED AND DELIVERED CLEAN IS WHAT HELPS TO GIVE IT THAT FLAVOR SO MUCH APPRECIATED BY OUR CUSTOMERS. YOU SHOULD BE A CUSTOMER OF OURS AND SERVE THIS EXTRA FINE BREAD ON YOUR TABLE THREE TLM5S A DAY. NEVER ANY WASTE WITH QUAKER BREAD. John Gilmore, Limited, Bakers CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 5-�7l The Twentieth Century Book Store I -IS FULL OF NOVELTIES- 8 RESIDES MODERN FICTION, REPRINTS, POET8, OXFORD BIBLES ANO METHODIST, ENGLISH CHURCH HYMN BOOKS WE HAVE DOLLS, LEATHER, IVORY, EBONY GOODS, WRITING MATERIAL IN GREAT VARIETY. 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE �1S Office Equipment and Stationery Stenographer's Note Books.........................W86 par 100 Typewriter Carbon ........................S2.00 to S3.80 par box Typewriter Ribbons ..........................7Se and 11.00 aaeh Sscond Sheets ......................... �1.26 and SI .80 par 1,000 EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE , EVERALL & FRANKS Slnnot Block Cor. 4th Ava. and Oth St. ;