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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, 1918 ,THE L BRIDGE DAU.Y HERALD PAGE NINE Bulgarians Ask for 48-hour Armistice ' Paris, Sept. 27.-Gen. Franchet D'Eepery, commanding the allied armies in Macedonia, ha* tele-graohed to the French government that a high Bulgarian officer ha* presented himself in behalf of Gen. Torcdow, commanding the Bulgarian army, asking the suspension of arms for 48 hours to permit the arrival of two authorized delegates from the Bulgarian government. The minister of finance, Llaptchiff, and Gen. loukoff, commanding the .Bulgarian second army, are on their way to the French headquarters with the assent of King Ferdinand to arrange -the conditions of the armistice and eventually the term* of peace: The French commander reports that the Bulgarian request reached him through an intermediary. The general commanding the British army in the oast forms a part of the allied command. D'Espery's reply, therefore, asked the Bulgarian delegates to present themselves to the British lines. Gen. t>'Espery says that, as the Bulgarian request might be a military ruse to allow the re-grouping of forces and the arrival of reinforcements, lie made a reply-declining to grant an armistice but promised to receive duly authorized government delegates. The text of the reply of the French commander to the letter brought by the Bulgarian officer reads: "My response, that I sent through the Bulgarian officer hearing the letter in question, cannot be, hy, reasdh of, the military situation, other than tho following: "I con accord neither an armistice nor p. suspension of hostilities tending to interrupt tho operations in course. On the other hand, I will receive with all due courtesy, the author- ized delegates, duly qualified, of the royal Bulgarian government. These delegates to present themselves in the British lines, accompanied by a-parlia-menlarte. (Signed) Franchet D'Bspery." German* Excited. London, Sept. 27.-Berlin dispatches Bay that the premier's act, "is a slnglo handed move without the consent of King Ferdinand." Gorman newspapers demand that Mallnoff l)o dismissed immediately and eourtmartialled for high treason. It is bolioved that the premier's act is the result of Germany's refusal to send sufficient reinforcements to Bulgaria. The situation, in Bulgaria is causing excitement in Germany. The application is regarded as a serious movement and contrary to the report from German sources of the armistice move, there is no suggestion that it is the action of Premier Mallnoff on his own Initiative. The request which was addressed to the allies is for an armistice for the discussion of peace. Would Have Big Effect. London, Sept. 27.- (Reuters.)- Router's learned from the foreign office that in Bulgaria's application for an armistice there was no suggestion that Premier Mallnoff's action was taken only on his own Initiative. The request for an armistice is in order to discuss peace. Great Britain can only reply after consultation with her allies. It 1b understood that the official view is that peace with Bulgaria would have a prodigious effect, especially with Turkey. It would free the whole Saloniki army and in certain eventualities bring about peace with Turkey and thus free the Meso-jfotamian and Palestine armies and thus kill the German menace to the east. Moreover, it would affect advantageously the world's food, supply. Crystal Dairy Buys Site for Three-Storey Building A transaction of considerable importance took place recently when the G. P. Ashe property on the corner of 8th street arid 5th avenue S. changed liands, the Crystal Dairy of this city being the purchaser. Interviewed by a representative of the Herald this morning, Manager Carlyle stated that as yet the company had no definite plans, but within the next two years propose to erect a handsome 3-slorey building thereon. The building will be in keeping with those surrounding it, that is the High School, Post, Office, Knox church, etc.�"('�� -� The arrangenientof this edifice will oe something new to the citizens of Lethbridge. Large plate glasB windows will permit the passerby to watch every operation in the production of tho various commodities mami-"factured by the company. In one wln-'dow will be located the ice-cream plant, in another the butter plant, and so on with the milk and cream departments and the extensive sterilizing and pasteurizing machinery. The cost of the 'machinery to bo installed will alone amount to many thousands of dollars and will be absolutely modern and the last word in sanitation. The property in question consists of Ave lots and has a frontage of 125 feet on Fifth Ave. The deal was handled by the C. B. Bowman Agency and W. A. Levitt.,  * ? : > ? * : * CANADA'S WHEAT CROP. ILES Zam-Buk ends the pain, �nd stops bleeding. Try It J Jill dtcdm, 50c. box. ram Buk YES! MAGICALLY! CORNS LIFT OUT WITH FINGERS j You simply say to the drug store man, "Give me a quarter of an ounce of freozone." This will cost very little but is sufficient to remove every hard or soft corn from one's feet. '  tew drops of this new ether compound applied directly upon a tender, aching corn should relieve the soreness instantly, and soon the entire (corn, root and all dries up and can be lifted out with the fingers. This new way to rid one's feet of corns was introduced by a Cincinnati man, who says that, while freezone is sticky, it dries in a moment, and slm-ffly shrivels up the corn without in-!flianiing or even Irritating the surrounding tissue pr skin. Don't let. father die of infection or lockjaw from whittling at his corns, but. clip thi3 out and make him try it. -Advertisement. BUY YOUR BOYS' BOOTS AT THE HUDSON'8 BAY SHOE SALE Ottawa, Sept.. 27. - With threshing under way it is expected that at least two or three weeks will elapse before complete returns are received of the wheat crop. From the latest information received from the department of agriculture, it is estimated that the crop will be from 160,000,-000 to 170,000,000 bushel". Last year's crop was 218,000,000 -bushels.  ? * ? * * : * ? ? ? ? : > * ? FREIGHT STRIKE SETTLEMENT YET Local Committee Conferred With Supt. Mackintosh Yes terday Without Result According to a statement made to the Herald Friday' morning by the local freight handlers and clerks, a conference was held between the men's committee and Superintendent Mac-Klntosh yesterday afternoon when vlows were exchanged, but they had no authority to settle the strike, as all negotiations are now being conducted from/Winnipeg. The strike they state is now spreading from V/innlpeg to the coast. Supt. Mackintosh confirmed the statement that views had been exchanged, but stated that, as the men did not seem to know what Amendment? of the' McAdoo award really amounted to, and as he did not know the negotiations were naturp-lly useless. He asked the men. however to return to work pending a settlement. The committee carried his request to 'the men but at a meeting last night �it was decided, to continue, on, strike. New developments in the strike today are that Vancouver has joined the striking freight handlers. At Macleod a portion of the- men are out but at Edmonton and at Medicine Hat they have remained at work; The men are still out at Calgary. So far there has been no tie-up of frolght coming into the city, according to a statement by a company official. The Foremost line got full service today. Cars are being loaded today for the Taber subdivision tomorrow, and on Saturday cars will' he loaded for the Alderslde subdivision. All perishable freight has been taken care of to date. The baggage and yard office staffs are being gradually replaced and service Is being maintained. There has been no delay in .passenger or freight" trains In the yirds, both through and way freight. The baggage room is open for service full hours as heretofore.; All freight which was here or on the way when the strike was called It Mug delivered as 'called for. ittdicatlms today are that the strike fc> w>readlng rapidly and if a solution is not reached before the end of ths week a Berlous tie-up may be.expected throughout the west during the coming week STREET CAR IN T City Willing An Investigation Should Be Made-Others Will V/ant Increase Some doubt has boon, raised as to whether the street railway employees will be able to secure a commission under the Industrial Disputes Act to investigate their demands for an increase, in wagtis io (50 cents per hour. Chairman Gardner of the committee of the employees this morning told the Herald that he had been informed that the government will not grant a commission in cases where less than 20 men are affected. "In that case we will endeavor to have' a local arbitration board appointed," he said. Mayor Hardie stated this morning that any move for the appointment of a commission of enquiry would likely come from tho men, but no far as he Is concerned, he lyjjuTd' lllto to see the city council join'in a petition for a board to enquire Into tho whole matter. The mayor also stated that he had boen Informed last ulglit by ono of the city employees from another de-" partment that, if the street car men are granted an incroas" (lie men of other departments would demand a corresponding raise in wages. "In that caBe it looks as if the strco.i cars might go to the barns while the war is on." The committee of the men'is busy today trying to learn what procedure must bo followed to have ^ government commission appointed. As soon as l.hoy learn this now developments may be expected. Constable Reginald Smith, Ttogina, a member of the R.N.W.M.l'. squadron, was held for trial at Shi-lio. Sask., on a charge of extorting money from Frank Stachiruk last. December. C. A. MAGRATH WORKING ON PICTOU STRIKE Ottawa. Sept. 27.-It is understood that oncouraging word lias been received here from the officials at present endeavoring to secure a working arrangement between employees and operntors at the Pictou collieries. A message was received this inoi-niiig saying that work will probably be resumed at the collieries tomorrow. Mr. Magrath, fuel controller and director of coal operations in the maritime provinces, with a number of official*, has been on the ground trying to adjust the difficulties. NUCCERA HANGED. Montroal, Sept. 27.-Gulseppe Nuc-cera, an Italian, who killed a fellow-countryman named liettiol in a fight last spring, was hanged this morning in Bordeaux jail. Nuccera murdered Bettiol with an axe and then loft his body in a deserted house. When in need of ar purgative, do not resort to violent cathartics, but take the gentle, natural laxative- Beecljams Pills bus*** Sato of aay Madjcio* fat Oib World. Said emrwhara, Ib boxw, 23c. BUY YOUR BOYS' BOOTS AT THE HUDSON'S BAY SHOE SALE SHORT NOTICE AUCTION SALE TOMORROW, SAT. AT TWO O'CLOCK On the Premises, 1253 Fifth Avenue A. South FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL NITURE And effects including: Mission oak round extension table; 9x12 congoleum rug; fumed oak diners; very fine morris rocker; sanitary couch; centre table; arm chair; GAS COOK STOVE; VERY OLD SOLID MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS; OAK SECRETAIRE; beds and springs with FELT MATTRESSES; toilet sets; rugs; fumed oak divanette (never used); mirrors, pictures; glassware, and a fine 3-PIECE PARLOR SET IN MAHOGANY and extra quality tapestry; oak dressers and stands; kitchen cupboard. TERMS CASH PHONES 770-469 OWING TO SHORT NOTICE \% IS IMPOSSIBLE TO GIVE COMPLETE LIST. ANNOUNCEMENT! We have purchased the business formerly conducted by W. B. Kester & Co., and have put in an ENTIRELY NEW STO CK OF MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR. Special Opening Sale On Saturday and Monday With every suit sold we will give ABSOLUTELY FREE a Pair of TROUSERS An extra pair of trousers will never come amiss. Here's a chance to get a pair for nothing. Suits from $20 to $60 On all other articles in the store we will give a discount] of 10 per cent. We carry only well known lines such as Twentieth Century and Thornton & Douglas SUITS AND OVERCOATS, Tooke Shirts and Collars, True Knit and Penman's Underwear, S.G. & S. sweaters, etc. A Fine Selection of Mackinaws and Overcoats At Attractive Prices We can also make your suit to measure on the premises. Now is your opportunity to lay in a stock of winter clothing. Don't neglect your dress. A well dressed man is a credit to the town, to himself too. Nothing,helps more to success than the consciousness that you are well dressed. We can clothe you from head to foot In Kester's Old Stand WE HAVE THE PRESERVING and PICKLING SUPPLIES you Need .UPON THE QUALITY OF YOUR SPICES AND OTHER THINGS DEPENDS THE SUCCESS OF YOUR PRESERVING AND PICKLING, THEREFORE, YOU MUST HAVE THE BEST. OUR SPICES ARE STRONG, PURE AND FULL FLAVORED- YOU WILL NOTICE THE DIFERENCE WHEN YOU SMELL THE DELIGHTFUL AROMA THEY GIVE. OUR QUALITY SPICES COST YOU LESS THAN THE OTHER KIND BECAUSE YOU DON'T USE SO MUCH. COME TO US FOR EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR PRESERVING AND PICKLING. Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Peaches, Elberta, at per , case ........ ......... $1,90 Prunes, Italian, per case ... 1.80 Pears. Flemish Beauties, per case ................... "3.90 Crabapples, Hyslops, case. 3.00 THE SEASON IS ALMOST OVER FOR ABOVE PRESERVING FRUIT. SO ORDER EARLY. Plums, "Pond Seedling" per basket ...................36 4 basket case ......1.35 fruit and exceptional .25 Choice value. 4 Grapes, Tokay's, per Ib. Cauliflower, large white variety, 2 for...:.....;.�.....25 Green Peppers, Jumbos, Ib. .35 Oucumbers, to arrive. Celery, lb.............----- .10 Potatoes, nice stock, cwt... 2.40 10 lbs. for.............. .25 Concord Grapes, Ontario- These should arrive for weski end. Cabbage, Carrots, Beets, etc., at market prices. Grape Juice, '/x flal. size, ea. .78 Canned Peas Hygeian "Standard" .....................19 Sauerkraut, per tin.........23 Pumpkin, per tin...........27 Tomatoes, per tin......... .22 Sliced Pineapples, finest Hawilan...................30 Cocoa, Fry's, >/2 lb._____... .25 Cocoa, Baker's ... .13 and .25 Cocoa, Lowney's, .10, .25 and .46 Seeded Raisins, per pkg. ... .15 Seedless Raisins, per pkg... � .14 Evaporated Bartlett Pears, per lb................... .30 Currants, Victoria Cross, per pkg......................24 Bird Gravel, per pkg........11 Chocolate, Lowneys, 'A lb. cake ....................' .21 Salmon Paste, An-chovy Paste, Bloater Paste, in glass ea. .25 Kippered Herrings, per tin .22 Thistle Haddle, email sic* .20 Libby's Chow Chow Pickles, ' pe> Jar...... .....;... .49 Libby's Apple Butter, tin .. .30 Honeysprod, par pkg........36 Lemon Cake Fining, 4 lb. tin .50 Worcertorthlra Sauce, rag. 20c, on sale this week, 2. for ...............25 Eagle Brand Milk,-, per tin .22 Magic Baking Powder, tin.. .26 Eggo Baking Powder, tin.. .23 Blue Ribbon Baking Powder .20 Spanish Plmentoes, per tin . .17 Electro Silicon, per tin ... .10 Golden West Washing Powder, pkg........ .27 Ammonia Powder Ball, Bull Doc, dozen............. .13 Ezy-Way Glycerine Washing Tablets large pkg. .... .21 Taro Tablets, each ....... .05 Macaroni and Spaghetti, pkg. .12 ' Tea, Blue Ribbon ......- ,61 Tea, Nabob .........67 Tea, Red Rose .............64 Corn Flakes, Dominion, pkg. .13 Corn Flakes, Kellogg'* ...  .14v Krumbles, pkg............ .13 Scotch Oatmeal, Tillson's, pkg.........'.....36 Celery Salt, large shaker, ea. .18 Coffee, finest Mariealbo, lb. .38 Zog, cleans paint, used in the Royal Household ....... .20 Johnson's Prepared Wax ... .76 Old English Prepared Wax .76 Linoleo, a perfect polish.. .20 Welsh Rarebit, per tin ... .26 Overseas Mailing Boxes,. 10c and 2 for.........'........ .26 Wondorshlne, a harmless rub-, less silver polish, regular 26c, on sale ........... .15 Fancy Japan Rice, 3 Ib. sack. .42 Dustbane Sweeping Compound, per tin...............,. .40 Geo. Kerr & Go. Family Grocers and Provision Merchants Canada Food Control License No. 8-2408 , �, r ,' v Phones 1453 and 1365 313 FIFTH STREET 80UTH LETHBRIDGE >-- 36 ;