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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta � NOftOHCIMER PIANO* > EDISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Muslcs.1" S1S 6th Street South Phone 1545 T- LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD' GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th Street 8. ' Phone 1483 Prompt and'Reliable Work Done at Reason. . ���� able Prices. - �,. ,/. Experknpitil F|^M Ducks, Geese isand Turkeys Fresh Oysters for Sale Today DELANY'S Meat Go. Opposite Dallas Hotel phone 452 Canada Food Board License Number 9-2664 NEW COLUMBIA RECORDS For October JUST TO HAND. COME IN AND LOOK THEM OVER. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. m Store NEXT, DALLAS HOTEL' BAD FOREST ARES f Vancouver, Sept. 2S-Forest fires are sweeping through the Sumas valley from Claybum. on the Canadian side, and from the Noosaik river northeast to Chilliwack in the Fraser Valley. Many farmers are reported to liave lost their homes and farm buildings. : Two sawmills are said to have .been destroyed. 'Big .gangs, of railway .vcorkers employed by the Great Northern railway are fighting the flames back from bridges. The flames are travelling and'th6;fire is reported to be the worst in the-history of the valley. . ! IS THE ARCHBISHOP LIABLE? f Toronto, Sept. 27.-During the continuation today of the argument of the ; lawyers in the appeal of Archbishop �Spratt (R.C.) and otEers of Kingston, Ont., against the jury verdict for $24,-000 art- favor of Sister Mary Ba*il. the members of the court asked several questions regarding the liability of the archbishop and the-'orders of the church for the actions of which Sister Mary complained and was granted damages. The counsel for-the archbishop contended that in no case could his client be held civilly liable. On the other hand, counsel tor the sister declared that, as corporate head of the church in 'the diocese, he was liable. .1 Fancy Note Papers We have just received a large "stock of colored note papers, plain and gilt edges. Robertson's Book Store LETHBRIOGE HOTEL BLOCK PHONE 1265 T GEN. ALLENBY London. Sept. 2S'.-The war cabinet sent the following cablegram to Gen. Allenby, commanding , the troops operating in Palestine: 'The. war cabinet desires to convey ,to vou and the troopsunder your command their hearty congratulations on i(the magnificent success ,ybu have achieved and to express their intense admiration of the vision and resource in~puTnnfng,aEcL_ejiergy and determination, in execution which you have displayed throughout the present operations. "Tiey request that you convey to all ranks under your command their heartfelt appreciation" of the services they have rendered the allied cause by this brilliant and decisive victory, which is not only an unequalled feat of arms, but will have a profound effect on the situation in the near and middle east" � I .} i SAHSEAe I WE HEAR'JT SO OFTEN. "MY iuT YOU AREvBUSY." YES, THERE IS A REASON, VIZ.: BY GIVING THE PUBLIC THE ADVANTAGE OF THE1 SAVING THROUGH OUR NEW SYSTEM. After 6 p.m this evening, all RIPE TOMATOES left, per case . .____ ----90c Remember the Place. THE GOOD GO LIMITED High-Class Cash Grocers CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 8-599 Phone 525 Close S3% 80% 110 & 110 379'A 869% 363% 110 "4 Winnipeg, Sept. 'M2S.-The; ^market was dull and featureless... Oats closed %c lower for October and %c lower for December. Barley closed unchanged for October and -%"c lower for December. Flax closed %c lower for October; 2%c lower for November and 2%c lower for December. Winnipeg Markets. Oats- Open October ................83 & December...............80% � Barley- October ...............110 December.......-.110%  Tlax- October..............,3S0 November .............370 December..............otJo Cash Prices. Barley-No. 3 CJB'., *U3 No. 4 C.W. Rejected........................99 Feed...........................9S Flax-No. 1 N.W.C. ;____.........389% Calgary Cattle . Calgary, Sept. 2S.-The stockyards today are fu,ll of cattle and more will! be in later .today. Good beef is an' easy sale at yesterday's figures, $12.00 to $13.00, but half fat are a slow sale at lower figures. Choice cows, 58.00 to $5.25 and stockers and feeders run from $7.50 to $8.25.,There -were no hogs 'offered; there * having been a light run this week. ; * Our Drug1 Store will be open tomorrow (SUNDAY) at the following hours: Afternoon -- - 2 to 4 Evening ------ 7 to 9 THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Succeeeore to Jackson 4 Ce. Telephones 559 and 1232 ~ Sherlock 'Building CITY AND DISTRICT Rally Day Tomorrow is rally day in some of the Sunday schools of the city. Red. Cross Annual Meeting There will be n Red Cross general meeting at the Y.M.C.A. at S p.m.- on Tuesday. Oct. 1st. Paid Your Taxes? j Monday. Sept. 30, is the last day for discount at nine per cent, on city I taxes. So' far about $225,000 taxes i have bee^i paid on this year's levy. Death of Infant , Died in the city on Sept.. 27. Nellie Hart, aged four and a half months, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hart, of Cqalhurst. The funeral took place from Fetterly's^parlors at three o'clock this afternoon, Rev. W. F. Burns officiating. Interment took place in the public ceTnetery. RESTAURANTEURS FINED. Prince Albert Sask., Sept. 27.-F. W. Mossop. food board inspector, yes-terday visited the cafe's and restaur-! ants of the city gnd as a result Roy Taylor was fined $100 and costs for serving a ham the midday meal, while Thomas Lake, of the Congress Cafe, was similarly fined for placing sugar before a customer without (he same being asked fbr. Mr. Mossop acted as the detective in each case.( M ARLOW'S EAT ARRET , .The true tonic, approved by the government of Alberta, analyzed and O.K. d by them. Per Bottle, $1.00 and d $1.75  AT Phone 796 1110 Sixth Avenue S. CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE. NUMBER .9-6330 UNDERTAKING ,We are selling our' entire -stock at lower prices. Call and see us. ..Our HOME .MADE and'FAC-VtfORY GOODS to sell at 15% . PH. ' M,OTOR EQUIPMENT MacKAY & MacKAY � 803 3rd Sve. S., Lethbrldge Phone 1802  Hover Closed The MEDLEY DRUG Co. Washington, Sept. 28.-Spanish in , fluenza continued to spread today in j army camps, 6,842' new cases have! been reported to the offices of the surgeon-general during : the 24-hdur period ended at noon: yesterday. This j was an increase-of-642 over the now j cases reported yesterday and brought j the total, for all camps to 42,367. I Pneumonia cases showed a slight} decrease, 717 Tnew cases being report-' ed today compared witn 723 yesterday. Deaths today were 170, wostly from pneumonia. At Montreal, 700 Montreal, Sept, 28.-Spanish influenza has' now broken out in epi-~ demic form in the Montreal barracks. It was reported yesterday that 20 j cases hat! been discovered in the bar- j racks here and it was feared that the) illness would spread further. Plans j were made immediately to deal with a possible epidemic". HIGH SCHOOL NAMES T  BUY YOUR GIRLS' BOOTS AT THE HUDSON'8 BAY SHOE SALE j Undertaking I' IMPROVED METHODS \iai!e-BdoptecMiy�uj;aa :snon/aB their' value is firmly established. la the? 'performance of our duties as "   --------- ... , � Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers All modern aids approved by science ot good taste are in use, and  we have no hesitation in claiming that we can give the best services at the m&Bt reasonable cost. . � � ador to Great Britain from 1912-1911. " On the other side are extracts from speeches and proclamation's' of. the German emperor at the moment war was declared, it- remains ^withN.the reader to judge which of'the t\vp speaks the truth and. on wlipni 'rests the responsibility for all that h8s occurred from August; 1914:-  The Gernian. Ambassador. "(-1) We encouraged Austria to. attack Serbia-Berlin continued to press for the humiliation of Serbia.'' "(2) We reje;6ted.the British proposals fora mediationV althougn an agreement could have easily been arrived at-obviously it required'only'a wink (from Germany; to Austria), but this wink was not given. On the contrary, we pressed for,war." "f.'i) When Austria, wished to recede we declared war on r Russia, thereby deliberatelyirdestroying the possibility of a peaceful solution." "(4) The pressing overtures and definite expressions of M. ,Sei:anoff (Russian foreign, minister), later the humble dispatches of. the czar-it was all in vain." ' "(5) We stood 'for.war-more aud more one was of the'impression that: CARD OF THANKS The members of the Great 'War Veterans' association beg to tender their thanks to the ladies who so kindly dispensed the refreshments last night, to those who donated the refreshments and the A. Macdonald company for-gift of Donalcc; coffee. ' ;245-l under all circumstances we desired tha war." \ --The German Emperor, "(1) My exalted ally was compelled to resort to arms to guard the safety of his empire." (4th of August, 1914).. "(2) From the documents before you, you will have seen how my government endeavored to the last moment to avoid the inevitable." (4th of August, 1914). "(3) Envrous nations on all sides force ,on us.a justifiable defense." (31st of July, 1914). "They do not desire us to stand faithfully by our ally." (6th,of August, 1914)., . "(4) The Imperial Russian govern, ment, in deference to the pressure of an insatiable national spirit, placed itself a't the side ot a state which, by the sanction ' of criminal attacks, brought about the evil of this- war." l-lth oti August, 1914). -"(5) The enemy surprises us while we live in absolute peace." (6th of August, 1914). '�May the reader form his own judgment of these two'opinions." ' Such is the remarkable "find" of a young Canadian soldier in the battered, and deserted enemy lines. It :dis-closes the fact that there are.forces in Gerraamy. socretly working to reveal to the meh of the German army the appalling crime of which theirrulers have been guilty. The effect, of the distributi.on t>f such literature on the -morale of the badly battered armies of Potsdam will doubtless be. considerable. But the business of the allies, at the front and at home, is to press on in service and sacrifice. German discontent and German awakening may hasten the end of the war, but allied determination and effectiveness are. the winning forces.  A , : ANNOUNCEMENT 'The: eiihservatory Concert Orchestra .will resume practice Wednesday evening, Oct. 2nd, at 8.30. All amateur musiclons 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 A real innovation in Victor Record service has been accomplished by the Willis Piano company under Mr. Sal-moil's direction.. If are a record buyer you should look over this very complete and new stock. Remember the address^ Willis Pianos, Hull Blk. . 245-1 The Vancouver,Cartage association has, following negotiations, agreed to pay teanjsters an increase approximating 35 per cent,-The 9-hour day will be maintained. ' A.WellmkelXaal^HAKiR BREAD Bread with eubetitutes in require "very thorough baking. The substitutes nolo- tne-mofeture and if the loaf .is net thoroughly baked it will be dough;' and remain clammy no matter how old It gets. We are keeping our oven oooler.and leaving the^ breed in the oven longer. That's what helps to make. 9.^er. bread ;a better lo*f. JVh/fwaste good* Ingredients experimenting1 ; your, materials and strength. : MadamrUse Qiisker breadan John Gillnore, Limited, Bakers CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 5-879 The^^aitfe^Geiit^liobk Store >^IS FULL OF NOVplVriES-^ BE610E8' MODERN FICTION, REPiRI^TS, POETS; OXFORD BIBLES AND' METHODIST, ENGLISH CHURCH HYMN BOOKS , " . y WE HAVE ' ' ' . DOLLS, LEATHER, IVORY, EBONY GOODS, WRITING MATER. . IAL IN GREAT VARIETY. 514: FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 - - \ irr1--1 -.^-*r [uipment and Stationery Typewriter Oarllpnl..Jr.^.*�.-g�..Hp bo* / Typewriter.-RlWens.......;...*;........'..... 76c �?M1