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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta vmnAY. skptkmbkk 27, 101s the LETiinnmcv. daii.y hkp.ald PAGE NINE Bulgarians Ask f or STREET CAR MEN 48-hour Armistice! WILL APPLY F Parlo, Sept. 27.-Gen. Franehet D'Espery, commanding the allied armleB In Macedonia, has tele-prnnherl to the French government that a high Bulgarian officer has presented himself in bo-half of Gen. Torcdow, commanding the Bulgarian army, asking the suspension of arms for 48 hours to permit the arrival of two authorized delegate?, from the Bui government. The minister cf finance, Llaptchlff, and Gen. j loukoff, commanding the Bulgarian second army, pre on their way to the French headquarters with the assent of King Ferdinand to arrange the conditions of the armistice and oventually the terms of pence. Thi> l''ri>!H'li riimimuiiliT roportH that f Ho Mnlmivlan r^nuest rnai'tuxl lilm thrntiKli mi inti'rm"(l:.u y. 'I'll.' kciicimI i'oiniiKiiulInK tho liri tisli army in (he �-n -t i',,rms it part of tin' .-llllcil l � ! ilm llrltbli IIik-s lii'ii. l)'K':p(;ry Hays liiat, ;i* tilt- llui Karlmi r/"|i|i'rft 'iii^li! br ;i iiiillturv rits'" t" allnw lln> i�� i'.v>ii|iiii.'. of forcM mill iln- arrival nf ri'iiii'ni'i iii'-ii'... lit1 mndi' n ri'ply ilinlmin;; in Kraut an lirinl'I In' but priimisi',1 tn i.'ii'ivi' duly RlltlllHl/l'il I^IMTIKIII'lil i|i'li'Ka'�'.= 'I'lli' text .if tin. ri.jil;- i.f I In- Ki.'Mrli cniniii.tiiitiM' to t'l.' IrtliT lirmii:lit by tin1 lluU;nriati ulfii it renin "My iVMp.itiM-. I s."il ti:rm;;:li thi- IlitlKarlun ntfiri-r !n>ari:n: tin- !��!� Iit in ipiiviUoti. i-anii'it In.', n ;i:a lllK III llltt'ITllpt IIIht a ':f lid ! Ill"' upi !,,'!� ll:lll a nn 1st In' III'- ii'llll 1 1 Hi' will r :'i|l >i- l/.nil ili>li>KiitPR, duly (inalitieil, of tho royal Unitarian pov�niin�'nl. 'I'liosf; ilcU'Kiiti'K to prosnnt HimitHfilvns In Ihi KritlKli lltic.H, .'Kxojnpatiloil by a purlin-iiuTiln rW). iHlftni'ili Fr&nulmt O'Bspery." Germans Excited. I.oniinii. Si'pt. Ii7.--IJ�irllii illsputchon nay that ilic pri'mlKr's iicl "In a Hln^le limiilr'il iiKivo without till l-IIMHf-nt of Klt'i: Fprilinntiil." (Iiniiian newspaper;' ilnmnnd t h nl Malum'1 In- dlKiiiJ.Mi'd Iriiiiifdjntrly ami i-oiirtni.irlinlli'd for high tn-asun It Ik lii'lii'vi'il that tlii". prt'iiilnr't; ant in (icrniany. Tin. application is ri'K'irilod aa a .serious niovi'iiii-iit ami eon'rary to thi' report from (ieriiimi cmirci.'n of Hi" n niii."l ice move, there i; 110 siigR.'st Ion tlinl I; Is :In- action of I'roniler .M.illn off en his, own InitialIvo. The requrifU whli Ii v. .' 1 ,-t addres-spil In tln> aliies Ii for an aniiMiri; for Hie dl:ve:" Hint might � on." busy eilm e ari'.ent. ill as ..; i..t hour, t"Ii:� irmaii Carilio-r of the 1 � n 1:mii11 ce of Hi" employe-, ihU moniiiic ledd Hie Derail! that be had been informed! that the novonimetit will not Riant ,1 eoiimii.isioii 111 ease? where 1e,j ihan1 L'" r.inn are affe'-te', It. is itiidei-'tood Hint i.e.ouraKitiK word la- been ve ri-ived here from the officials at pre .:"n 1 enile'.voriiii: to -.('ciire ;) v.oi-kiai; a r riui/tejiien t be!v.e"ii cnij.)o-.Hi.�Kt' *a-- reeeiveil r,,|-' mo'iiiu:.'. saying :vu:i: will pro'n.ilii'. he p> sinned at til" rolliorie-; tosisorrov Mr Ma^ralb, feel controller and director i.f coal operations in Ipe ma i'it ime pro \lnce . with a number of officials-. ii:c been on the ground t:yln|.' the ditflcuIHes. to adjust NUCCERA HANGED. Mimlrnal, Sept 'J7. Ciuisepjii. sue cern, til! Italian, who kllleu a fellow count rytuati n.itiied lleitiol in a fijmt � ast spring, was liaiu'ed this moniin-.'. in Iliirdi.'iiux jail Nueo 1 a mur'|e|e,| ilettiol with ail iii'1 and then p-fi a,-Iiim'iv in a deserted house. SHORT NOTICE AUCTION SALE TOMORROW, SAT. AT TWO O'CLOCK On the Premises, 1253 Fifth Avenue A. South FRANK WADDING TON 5 Crystal Dairy Buys Site for Three-Storey Building BeecDam Pslis Laj�*** S�'. of ��� MeAeinn In thn WmlJ. SolJ cTtrrwhtra. ta iwiw, ^jv. BUY YOUR BOYS' BOOTS AT THE HUDSON'S BAY SHOE SALE WILL SELL URE I . A Iran :a 'am of . or  !e;-:,t.:>' ;m pari mi e tOili. | 1,| |\ |e "lltlv Whi'll ' tiie H I' properly on the i-orin-r I of Sth street ami ,"i(li av.niie S ih.'ini:-! ml hands, the Crystal I'.ury of this! il'y tieini: Hi" purchase ', liile.'Viett.'d by a rcprc .riit.i! i\i. nf ihi* Ifet-.tli' rh;. moiii,':!': ^^alla*'.l�/� \ i 'ar|\ le it. I tmn ..  : � 1 be , ,ln patiy h.i 1 it" 'I� '.ulie ii|,i>j . itli-:n thi! next y i .1: � pi o;,i, -i- to ere" a handsome .: sms tin bllni; th'Teoii Tiie luiildiil;. i'. hi b" in 1 eep. mi; w pb tho ,e :.iir tb" Hirli Si bout. tlllll'il, elf. Tli.. arraiH'.eiiieiii lie soinctbliu: new l..'!h!.rs.;t:.-. l.a:i;, � l.jv. s v. :1| pe: ml! �"iiii'iint: , Tost (tilli- Hia' i-. i . Knol i ' of tbl ; 1 lllicc will lo tin c',1 i.-eiis ot . e K'ass w in � , the p.i��erby to ' h .very operation in the prn-lm  1 ,0:1 of the v.u'toiis coniiuoilliles maun-j f.u tu/ed by Hie eonipanv In one win i � low will be Inc.iicd til" ice el �Mil . piint. In another the butter plant, and; >o on with Hi" milk ami  ream de j pitrlmeiirn .in,| tile extensive sii rill? ' ::iK and p 1 -it�� ur 1 /.Iti� inucliiiii'ry Tli" init of I In' t'lin liinery to be Installed will alone amount to tiiattv :hoiisand� ' of dollars and will be atmilutely mod- � rn anil the lust word in sanitation. I The property In ipiesllon roiuixti ' of live lots am) has a frontage of U*.*. I 1**1 oil KJ.'t)) .Ave. The deal win liaml led by (he I'. II. Ilowir.alt .Aiicmy and i W. A. Levitt. ! * > ? : �> : : CANADA'S WHEAT CROP. Ottawa. Sept 'J? - Wit !i t'ire^liiiii.' iindiT way It is ex peeled Ilia? at least two or three weeks wall elapiiO befllle lOlnpiete letUllli are re- .(Mveil oi the wheat crop From lie lati'-t 111l.1i tnatioii rt"'-iv.'i| Horn Hie department of ' nil in.-, it is estimated Hi r top will be from !'"" ""' en" ;n I Tn.iiiio.iiini bnshe|. l.a o jeiir". . lop w.u J|v.0011.1 �i liiii'hels. tli A .S .". FREIGHT STRIKE SETTLEMENT YET Local Committee Conferred With Supt. Mackintosh Yesterday Without Result YES! MAGICALLY! CORNS LIFT OUT WITH FINGERS j �.-..-...>...>��"�.>.>-�.>�* } oil Minpiy t-uy to tho drip; store, man, "Hive me n quarter of an ouncn ot freiV.otle.'' Tills Will cost very little pit is slum Put to remove every hard or fctil't corn from mp'a feel A few ilropn of Ihls mw eliier coin pound applied directly upon a tender, nclilni? corn Hliolild Ilio nor 1 AccorilinK to n ststometu made to j tin. Herald Friday iiiotnlnK by the ! local freiKlil handlers and clorks, a confereiice wan held between the men's committee and Biiporlntendcnt Mac Klntosh yesterday ufttirtioon when views wcie eKelianK�'1. but they hml| no uuthority to settle thi> strike, as all iipgotlatlonH am now be I nil i-unducietl. front \Vlnnip�(. The strike they sl�tt� now itpreailinj from Winnipeg to the coatit. Supt. MaeKiuiosh coiifinned the litutcmeni that views had, been ex-changed, but (.tateil that, as tho men did not Hoeiti to know what Amend immt 7 of tho McAitoo uwurd really aniotiiiteti to. and as lie did pot know 1 the iieKollations weiai iiatun�lly use-1 U'Sti. lie Udkoit th� inin howrtver to ! rotnrn to work pumlfiiK u �ettlomeut. 1 Tim eimttiutteii canlud his request to 'tin, men but at u nicotine lust iiiKltt ; it iwu decided to continue on strike. I Now developments In tl:o strike today are that Vancouver lias joined the Htrlkins freight handlers. At Mucleoil u iiortion of the men lire out hut at Kdmoiiton and at Medicine Hut they have remained at work, Tho tntin are still out ul Calgary. So 'tir there, ha.i biMui no tioup of freight cotulnK Into tho city, according tnfltataly, und hoop the entire j}" " aiutunent by ti company ottloiul. lll'.O pcorn, root ami ul) drimi ui> and can be lifted out .with tho tinners. This new way to rid 0110's fort of corns was introduced l>y fi Cliu'liiiuul ipan. who any* that, while freezmie is sticky, It tlrluH in a moment, nnd slm-lilv Kl.ilveis up the corn without in -ds, hotti and -.v.iy freiRht. The. Ikik Kurd room is open for service full hours as heretofore. All freight which was here or on the way when the strike was called Ii Wing delivered :i If . i .\\' n t mt V inij- ;i r.ll'.'.MT.-l TI ��� I (t'tlsU'c I'f-Mn 'I i" ')��� ji'-.'f��ii/ Itirin r� t 1  iri,.ir1..... tn h.p 9t*Vr+* ,1..-�.,; � Fi tie n;.,; ti,,i i t �Irt* k l'� .1 Mifl i,,,| �r,t f.ntin'i OWANS tt.rttt >,n,itt I'm Perfeciion Brdnd' Puresi dnd Best B59 ANNOUNCEMENT! We have [Hiirhasec] ihe business {o.nvtIv conducted liv W. B. Kester c Wondsrshlne, a harmless rub-{ less silver polish, regular 26c, on sale .............16 i Fancy Japan Rice, 3 lb. sack. .42 i Dustbane Sweeping Compound, 1 per tin ................. .40 Geo. Kerr & Co. Family Grocers and Provision Merchants Canada Food Control Llceme No. 8-2408 Phones 1453 and 1365 313 FIFTH STREET 80UTH LETHiRIDOt ;