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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1918 THE LFTMBHIDGI'; DAUA IIKKALI) PACK THIRTEEN Bulgaria Out of the War Says Their Ambassador Washington, � Sept. 28.-Bulgaria Is out of the war, in the opinion of Stephen Panateroff, Bulgarian minister here,, who believes that his country definitely Is to> abandon its alliance with Germany and Austria and If the entente allies refuse to liuten to peace overtures, will appeal to the United States to use Its pood offices. PANIC BERLIN 'CHANGE London, Sept. 28.-A panic prevailed today on the Berlin stock exchange as the result of developments In Bulgaria, according to a dispatch from The Hague to the Central News Agency. AU8TRIAN3 WITHDRAW Londpn, Sept. 28.-Austria Is withdrawing her troops from Albania, according to reports received In Amsterdam fnbm well informed oourcss, the Central News correspondent at Amsterdam wires. Britain Outlines Terms London, Sept. u.s.-Orent Ilritiiin hns riplleil to the HulRarlfin rcqueHf for fi" annlBtlrn. Tho n>ply. It la Haiti. I; luble oil* niike il ths finest �nd fentleM of cUsnicri for Bstli and Toilet purposes � ,. Tkt mritlit tdtmr im hlhhmv u m Mil* tf iti frtlttlm fUiUt-rat^HtUI, for l.evar Hrolher* Limited, Toronto, Ont. -14 inches t. c. News, New October NumBers of ecords Lashanska's Lyric Voice in'Bonnie Sweet Bessie An old, familiar melody of exquisite charm, sung by this brilliant soprano with the rare color and intense feeling that have placed her so swiftly and surely in the foremost rank of American singers. 49443-$1.50 Hamlets "Drinking Song hy George Baklanoff The greatest Russian baritone of our time, in the role of Shakespeare's tragic hero. Baklanoff is possessed of a warm, rich voice and a fine sense of emotional values. His powerful interpretation of this immortal aria is marvelous in its virility and its reckless mocking gayety in the face of overwhelming tragedy. 49452-$1.50 larbara Maurel - Newest Columbia Star, Sings "Long,Long Ago" Alsace in the motherland of this gifted, young mezzo-soprano, whose wonderful technical perfection is due to the teaching of Jean De Reske. She comes direct from Covent Garden Opera House to make her Columbia debut in two well-loved ballads, "Long, Long Ago" and "Ever of Thee." A2608-$1.00 M otkar Baautiful Salacliani ta tb� Oclobar Lilt Samfaasna nearJilo yotir tolditr. Thara't a Grafonmta in kit Y, Af. C. A, or Knighli of Cifsmhit hut. Naw Columbia Racord* on Sala Ika 20lk af evary month. COLUMBIA GRAPHOI'HONK COMI'ANV Toronto C*taaWa iMath rrica 115* WkhllKtrfalktwUM EE KENNY & ALLIN CO., LIMITED Next to Dallas Hotel Phone 1487 The Drug-Book Stora ;