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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NORBHCIMER PIANOS v KDI80N PHONOGRAPHS A8SINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Musical" 115 6th Street South " Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ] GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th Street 8. Phona 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Reasonable Prion.' ��,��. MOTOR EQUIPMENT MacKAY & MacKAY 803 3rd Ave! S., Lethbrfdge ^Phdne 1808 Nover Closed The true tonic, approved -by the government of Alberta, analyzed and O.K.'d by them. Per Bottle, $1.00 and $1.75 " AT the MEDLEY DRUG Co. C. n. R. BOARD MEETS Toronto, Sept. 27.-Under the chairmanship of D. B.'iHanna, the new Canadian Northern * railway directorate appointed by the government met here this morning and was in session this afternoon. At the conclusion Mr. Hanna stated little more than preliminary work bad been accomplished and the vice presidents had not been chosen. It is expected; "however, that the vice presidents will be A. J. Mitchell, in charge , Ot. the financial end, and M. H. MacLeod, in charge of operation. � 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, but you will be aiding in the conservation of food. Pratt's Poultry Powder will make the hens lay and will keep your entire .-flock in a thrifty condition.' ".a ; / Price - 30c, 60c, $1.50, $2.00 and $3.00. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. SueMMor*'to Jackson aV Ca. Telephone* 558 and 12S2 Sherlock Building CITY AND DISTRICT Red Cross Donation The hon. treasurer Red Cross society acknowledges with thanks donation of ?5.00 from Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Doe. Who Owns the Pig The city police have a pig in cus tody which the owner may have by applying at the police station. Death of Comrey Man Medicine Hat-News: Joseph Bjork-lund, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Bjork-lund, 'of Comrey, Alta., passed away at the General Hospital, Medicine Hat, on September 19tb, aged 33 years, 5 months and 15 days. The young man died from pneumonia which developed'after a severe attack of appendicitis while at work in the hay fields of Lake Pakowki. He was brought to the hospital, but the crisis found him in such 4 weak state that he succumbed - to "the disease shortly after his arrival. GREAT DRAWING MONDAY. FOURTEEN-MILE FRONT.' .London, ;Sept. 37.-^(7:30 p.m.)- The British1 attack today on the Cam-brai front was made' between Sauchy-Lestrie and GouzeaucourVa distance of 14 miles. BUY YOUR GIRLS' BOOTS AT THE.. HUDSON'S BAY SHOE SALE GREAT WAR VETERANS' ASSOCIATION and Dance AT 9M P.M. FRIDAY, September 27th REFRESHMENTS NEED'S ORCHESTRA ADMISSION 75c SPECIAL CHILfDREWSv MATINEE AT ORPHEUM TOMORROW AFTERNOON, ,CHAS. CHAPLIN, IN "THE CHAMPION" ..;�>;. Admission, 5c "' Tortures of Eczema -ZINCOIA- FOR ALL FORMS OF ECZEMA, SKIN IRRITATION, ERUPTION,* CHAFING, ETC. Unequalled for scalding in children. One" application brings relief. /, 25c aili 50c Jars PREPARED ONLY BY I P. Higii.otkia & Co � 1 Limited ..... 7km S'Hatm "Alberta's Planter Drufalete* Wheleaal* ar.4 Retail Chimlsta. Phones 1515 and 322 Washington, Sept. 27.-Monday, Sept. 30, was set by Provost-Marshal-General Crowder today as the date for the national draft lottery to determine the order, in tfte classes to which they be assigned, of the 13,000,-000 men from 18 to 45, who registered for-selective service Sept. 12. "I believe that which is used MostmtbeNome should be the Best Obtainable? Tha* why most folks buy the Bpund OBkCMeffcttge. Some folks think that the value of a range is determined by the price. Experience, has taught us that the value is measured by the quantity and quality of service the range actually renders in use. That's why the Round Oak Folks have built into the Chief Range every modern service and a few exclusive advantages not possessed by others. It is not enough to say it is an economical, even and perfect baker, or that it is the handsomest range, or that it uses less fuel or- requires no blacking or that it will outwear any other. We are here not only to claim all these interesting facts, but to show tlietn to > you and explain why they are so. When may we have the opportunity ? CONSUMERS', HARDWARE Co Sellers of Good Goods Only Bigbih/Priced IN MEMORIAM In loving memory ot our dear son, Pte. Robert Walker Miller, age 15 years, who was killed in action on the Somme front; Prance, two years ago today, Sept. 27, 1916. The parting was hard, the shock severe; We little thought the .end was near, 'Tis only those who have lost can tell The pains and grief of a last farewell. Inserted by bis mother and family. 244-1 IN MEMORIAM In memory of Pte. Alex Park, killed in action, September 27, 1916: When peace dawns over the countryside, Our thanks shall be to the lads that died; Oh! Sorrowing hearts, can you hear us tell How the battle was won by the men that fell? Not forgotten by, 244-1 Nellie. BIG INCREASE IN FIRES. Toronto, Sept. 27.-Virtually 50 per cent increase in the fire losses in the province during the past twelve months is shown in the reports for August, which have been received at the office of the provincial fire marshal. ' - 4 This increase is due to 'fire in Industrial plants and warehouses. During the first eight months of this.year there were 7;089 fires, with a total loss of $9,285,517. The insured loss was $7,357,9Sf> and the uninsured loss is $1,927,821. ANNOUNCEMENT A dance will be held in Burgmann's hall, 13th Btreet north, every Saturday night. Two-piece orchestra in attendance. R. Burgmann In charge. Gents 75 cents; ladios free with exception of the war tax. 244-1 The Conservatory Concert Orchestra will resume practice Wednesday evening, Oct. 2nd, at 8.30. All amateur musicions not already members and who enjoy playing, an orchestral instrument should communicate with the conductor on or before that date at the Conservatory ot Music, phone 765. 244-2 BORN GROLL-At the residence, 920 10th St.- S-, oh September 25, to Mr. and airs. George Groll, a daughter, Margaret Yvonne. 244-1 CARD OF THANKS Mr. and Mrs. Chas. J. Phillips wish to thank their many friends for their kind ticts and words of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. 244-2 A- A Mighty Good Loaf-QUAKER BREAD QUAKER BREAD IS VERY LITTLE - DARKER WITH THE SUB8TI-. TUTES. SKILLFUL BLENDING OF THE FLOUR.AND SUBSTITUTES AND CAREFUL ATTENTION WHILE THE DOUGH IS RISING,. COMBINED WITH PROPER BAKING HELPS THE COLOR WONDER-FULLY. DOUGHS WITH SUBSTITUTES IN THEM REQUIRE TO BE KEPT COOLER AND WORKED OFF QUICKER AND WHAT IS MOST IMPORTANT OF ALL THEY REQUIRE VERY THOROUGH BAKING. YOU SHOULD BE USING QUAKER BREAD MADAM. John Gilmore, Limited, Bakers c^r^ummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 5-870 Edmonton, Sept. 27.-Problems of irrigation and laud .and soldier settlement, as they, affect Alberta, were placed before the � provincial government by Hon. ,T. A, Colder, federal minister of immigration and colonization, in the first session-bf a conference at the legislative-buildings this morning. Mr. Calder reached the,city Thursday night In company with W\ W. Cory, deputy minister of the interior, and while in the capital will discuss with Premier Stewart and his cabinet, ways and means, of decidirtg the question of privately- owned lands in settled areas, with reference particularly to the future requirements of the returned soldiers, and the expected after-the-war immigrants. A general. statement of the situation was given by tlie Ottawa minister at the morning session of the conference and will be 'further discussed with the local minister before be leaves the city. Mr: Calder will mate a visit to the Peace -River country next week and will .then go to Victoria by way of Prince .Rupert.' shlng'g forces.this morning continued their drive against the German: positions between the Argonne forest and the River Meuse. The.'Americans .increased their total of prisoners. They also captured guns and other, war material, but those have not yet been ^numerated. : v The prisoners belonged to various units and included a number of officers. , WON'T STOP FIGHTING. �Paris. Sept. "M- It is understood^' that no instructions regarding the Bulgarian application for an armistice wilt be given the military', commanders in Macedonia until there-1ss opportunity for consultation between France, Britain, the United States,'Italy and the other allies and that in the meantime tho military operations will continue.  i -:. CLEANLINESS FIRST You're safe at the Sanitary Shop. Westbrpok Bros, Opposite Bank of Mantras! ' AMERICANS 'PURSUE DRIVE. With the American .Forces Northwest 0;f Verdun,.-Sept;; 27.-(4 p.m.)- (By the Associated Press.)-Gen. Per- STARTING MONDAY DIVORCE One marriage out of every twelve results In divorce, according to Government Statistics, Some of the causes and consequent sufferings are graphically shown in the William Fox presentation of- "The Blindness of Divorce" : : : : Written and Directed Frank Lloyd. THE WO MAn ALWAYS PAYS by Best Meats YOU CAN DEPEND ON U8 WHEN YOU PHONE -YOUB_ 'ORDER. ^-,r; -- /f' vi R. Coultry Phone 492 Tha Albarta Maat Market Canada Food Board Llcenaa Number 8-88693. May & F. 0. HYDE & CO. Cor. 2nd Ave. and 12th St. A. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 3-802 The Twentieth Century Book Store ^IS FULL OF NOYEtpS- ./'" BESIDES MODERN FICTION, REPRINTS, POETS,' CfXFO.RO BIBLES AND METHODIST, ENGLISH CHURCH HYMN BOOKS. ''', WE HAVE ,- >' DOLLS, LEATHER, IVORY, EBONY GOODS, WRITING MATERIAL IN GREAT VARIETY. 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 618 Offit^j^ Statioiierx StenoorapheeVNote Book*......................... $9.85 par-100 Typewriter Carbon........................$2.00 to $3.60 per BOX Typewriter Ribbons......................... 75c and $1.00 ��eti Second Sheets..................----$1.25 and $1.50 per 1,000 EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE EVER ALL & FRANKS Sinnot Block Cor. 4th Ave, and 8th Bt 4541 ;