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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOnOHEIMER PIANOS COISON PHONOGRAPHS A88INIB0IA MUSIC CO.. LTD. "Everythino Musical" 816 6th Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th Street 8. Phone 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work Done at RcaeoYf abl� Prieee. _ THIS WEEK SOME FIRST QUALITY BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, and VEAL DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone *sz Canada Food Bo.^rd License Number 9-2664 School Supplies Your child win malic f.nsler progress in his studies if you provide him with the necessar>- school supplies early. Ouv stock at present is comnleto in all text books and suiiplics. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 The Economical Housewife Knows Best where to make Her Purchase QUALITY GOODS AT LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES AND THE BEST OF '(COUNTS THESE DAYS. SERVICE IS WHAT WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW 2.80 Still .T few baskets of Blueberries. Just arrived. Per basket ........\......... California Peaches. Elbertas and Craw-fords. Per case ......T.............. Italian Prunes. We believe the prices are about right. Per case 2.10 L85 Apples. Yellow Transparent, large boxes. Per box.............................. BEST CREAMERY BUTTER. Per lb................................. Ripe Tomatoes. 4 baaKet crate. Per baeket, BOc.'.i................... 2.35 50c LOO THE GOOD CO. LIMITED High-Class Cash Grocers CANADA POOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 8-599 PhoDC 525 INNONIIES BUY MINTYRE RANCH ifay $648,000 For Big Acreage Establishing a Record in Price meuts, as Is evidenced by their beautiful farms in South D.ikota. The Mclntyre ranch is located just south of .Magrnth. and is considered by old timers to be one of the best mixed farming propositions in the Weal. Mr. MelnljTe'a choice herd of white-faced cattle which graze on this ranch winter and summer, have long since convinced the cattle man of the wonderful ranching possibilities of South^n Alberta. The new purchasers will take immediate possession. COMPLETE WIRELESS One-fourth of tJie famou.^ Mclntyre i � l-ancli. consisting of IT.L'SO acres or nearly a township, of highly cultivated ; KPain land was sold todiiy by the Pill- i jlng Land Company, Ltd., to the Hu-terian Brethren of South Dakota, for j a consideration. of 464S.000.00. This is considered to he the highest price per acre over paid on a block of that .size in the province.  . ' The land will bo placed in a high state of cultivation and made lo produce to the fullest extent. TJf.c purchasers pride themselves on the excellency of their agricultural achieve- MARKETS Winnipeg. Aug. 2S.-There was no change in the cash markets today. Tlie demand for all grains continued very light. Oats closed l-^c lower for-October and 1-Sc lower for December. FI.1X closed l-2c lower for October; 1 l-2c lower for Xovembcr and 2 l-2c lov.-er for December. Winnipeg Markets Oats- Open. Close. October ... ... S3',i S294 December .  t . � ... 79Vi 79->4 Flax- October ...    * ... 417 416 November . >  1  t ... 404 403 December . >  .  .. . 39S',i 396 Cash Prices Gats- No. 2 C.W.. ..... ........... . S7% No. 1 feed. 77 �% No. 2 teed - 74% Barley- No. ;! C.W.. 105 No. 4 C.-W. .100 Flax- . No. 1 N. W. C. .. ..... .431 ARLOWS EAT ARRET Phone 796 1110 Sixth Avenue S. CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 9-6330 But Belonged Only To Boy Taking a Correspondence Course DESERTERS OFFER ARID RESISTANCE HAY for SALE We ^re quoting very attractive prices delivered at your station for carload lots of TIMOTHY, TIMOTHY AND CLOVER, ALFALFA. PRAIRIE HAY, ETC. Get our prices for prompt or future delivery. 'Kenneth R. Simpson Co. Lethbrldge, Alta., or _ Calgary, Alta. 2170 Quite a little sensation in police circles was created a couple of eveo-ing's ago when one ,ot tho members of the city police discovered a wireless receiving apparatus in the home of J. Sawchuk. near the Taylor Mills on Second Ave. S. lie immediately | reported it to Acting vChief Bowker. who reported it to Detetcive Lobb. The detective investigated and found that the machine belonged to young Billy Sawchuk an employee of the C. P.R. At first the police looked on the discovery with suspicion as Sawchuk. senior, is of Austrian birth. Further Investigation, however, proved that the apparatus belonged to the son. and was for receiving only. The boy has been taking a correspondence course in wireless telegraphy and the school hatl furnished hira with the macliine. The matter is now in the hands of Supt. Pennefather of the Mounted Police, who is looking up the regulations. It is understood that the private ownership of -wireless outfits is prohibited in Canada during the war, and the Sawchuk machine will be dismantled. Young Sawchuk has become fairly proficient in the use of the machine and has caught a number of messages presumably sent out from some Pacific station. They -were in code, however, and nothing could be made of them.  His Master's Voice Records 11 AT THE WILLIS PIANO STORE HULL BLOCK People ave finding out ^^^^ seivice and stock are right. Are you among them? The voice of the average boy toprauo for many reasons, is unusually difficult to record and although the Victor ban made many trials of boy's voices, they were not deemed worthy to boar the Victor Label, in MASTER WM. PICKLES, of-Plttsbure, however, we have a most unusual singer, whose voice lends itself admirably to reproduc; tion. The purity and freshness of Ws voice arid its remarkable flexibility mark him at once as undobutodl? one of the best boy sopranos ever heard in America. Ask us to , play one of his records for you. Two records that should be in every phonograph library are "Prboh's Air" by GALLI-CURCI and Schuberfs "Ave Marls,",played by HEIFETZ. Your collection is not ' complete wUlout;botb c( these. Come in and hear them. The^latest SONGS and DANCE RECORDS always In  Btock. Our supply of the NEW VICTOR CATALOGUES now In. Come In and got your copy. H. C. C. SALMON, Manager Winnipeg, Aug. 28.-Draft defaulters in the White Mouth district have been offering armed resistance to the military police with the result that a party of soldiers under Major G. M. Harris, assistant provost marshal, and Major Stoneham, left Saturday for the purpose of rounding up evaders. Both cavalry and Infantry have gone from Winnipeg to make the round-up. It was'announced from military headquarters that atready 17 arrests had been made. It was staged that the whole area was being systematically cleared up. Supplies for School Oping SCRIBBLERS, EXERCISE BOOKS, PENCILS, PENCIL BOXES, RULERS, ERASERS, CRAYONS, TEXT BOOKS. The kiddles will iind our school-opening stock very large, well assorted and big value. CITY AND DISTRICT . Trades Council Tonight The Trades and Labor Council will meet in tho Labor Holl tonight at 8 o'clock. Exemption Appeals The following have been allowed till Nov. 1: R. S. Benttle, Bow Island; J. Barrie, Coalhurst. Great War Veterans Association 'All hiembors who can sing, or who think they can sing, or who would like to be able to sing, will please meet In tho Club Rooms at 5 p.m. Sunday next. Attention Sportsman ...... Box . Case U.M.C. "Remihgton" Smokeless Shells, 12 gauge .. .$1.36 S24.S0 "Elya'' "Grand Prix" or Balllstlte Sheiks, 12 gauge .. 1.25 23.00 Petere "Target" Shelle, 12 gauge ....... ......... 1.45 28.W Petara "Premier" Shelle, 12 gauge ................. 1.60 27.00 Peters "Referje" Shells. 12 gauge .................. 1.20 2t.60 Peters "High Gun" Shells, 12 gauge ............... 1.60 27.00 Peters "Ideal" High Brass Base Shells ,,........... 1.75 32.00 These arc all new clcaii stock, every shell guaranteed. If you arc Interested in above high grade Hues of shells; act quickly, as there are'no more to bo had and our stock is limited. Please do not ask us lo hold shells, these prices are for immediate delivery and spot cash. 22 Short U.M.C. "Smokeless" or "Lssmock" ungrcased, greased or hollow point, 30c box; also WIncheeter or Peters eame price. Consumers Hardware and Supply Company ;a|�inouncement Dr. G.'T.-Marrs iia.s purchased the interest of lir. W. 11. Mnrra In the business "Of Org. Alnrrsand Marrs, dentists, and all accounts owing tho firm are payable to Dr. G. T. Marrs. 219-3 THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Suceetaors to Jackson A Ce. Talephonea 855 and 1232 Sherlock Building Great War Veterans Association All members who wisli to attend the outing to Cardston will please see that their names are handed to the secretary before Friday noon. Phone 372. Casualties KILLED IN ACTION-t. A. Chisholm, Cranbrook. WOUNDED-J. Shaw, Macleod; Pte. Alfred Lewis, Macl^pd; Pte. Jas. Baliantyne, Lethbrldge; Pte. Francis Jenkins, Fishburn; Pte. Richard Howitt, Lethbrldge; Pte. Chas. Lewis, Macleod; Pte. Frank Murphy, Lethbrldge; Pte. Jas. Brown, Lethbrldge; Corp. Wm; Gibson, High River; Pte. Jas. Cady, Lethbrldge; Ptp. Wm. Whit-ing, Cranbrook; Pte. N. King, Macleod; Pte. Chas. Mackay, Cranbrook. f- Halitax, Aug. li.-^Thp twelve alder manic members of the city council made public a letter to Mayor Hawks, approved by them at n recent secret meeting, in whicli they request,that, in view of his publicly nxpresaed opin ion of them, as "dougli heads" and . unnamed "fools," ho resign from of-�price on or before the last of August. The letter concludes: "It you fail to do so we tvill on that date tender our resighatlone as aldermen. We are senslblo of tho inconvenience to the city that may result from our proposed action, but feol tliat no other course la open to us, or consistent with j�roper self respect." Traitii Arbatus Cream A very delightful vanishing cream. Try it before your next motor trip. Leaves r the skin soft and velvety* In 50c Jars XLHigiilittkinilCo - Umxfi - Seven Recruits Seven men for the Siberia expeditionary force have already been secured by Supt. Pemietather of "K." Division, n. N. W. M. P. Fifteen are wanted. Only perfect specimens of manhood, who can ride well will be taken as the force will be a" raountod one. The veterinary ofllcev of J lie Mounted Police was in the city this week and picked 17 horses from the police stables to. be .".hippe.l to the point of concentration. In all 175 horses are bieng taken. F. M, Stolle, Fordson tractor specialist is in the city at the Ford Garage, local distributors, until Friday night and would.be glad to meet Ford-son owners who have any iutiulrlos to make. Announcing tlie opening of the Western Sign Company. 414 4lh Ave. S., phone 1559. Metropolitan workman; actual service. Wo 'are now ready to handle all classes of signs and show cards, and will appreciate to have you call or phone tor prices and suggestions. N. M. Paulsen, .Mgr. 219-1 BRITISH CROP London, Aug. 28.-(Canadian Press Dispatch from Reuter's Lim-Ited.)-The board of agriculture states that the seedable area in England and Wales amounts to 12,400,000 acres, an increase of 1,152,000 comjjared with 1917 and a record for twenty years. T SPEEDY VESSELS Amsterdam. Aug. 28.-America h.is boon able to transport more than 1.-000.000 soldiers to France becausB they have been carried In small awKt stunmers which ottered difficult targets for the torpedoes of subnmrlnes, declared Captain Zimmerman of the German general staff. In a lecture at Brosleau on the military situation, according to tho IthenlBh Wostphalian Gazette at Esacn. Ho said these steamers were escorted by warships. Tho captain said there were 440,000 Americans' at the front and 700,000 more behind tho lines. The recent progress of the allies, the captain attributed to the mass om-l)loyment of tanks which had yielded initial successes, he doclared, but means now have been found to master them. Alberta'a Plentaf PmfilMiP Wheleaals aitd Retail Chamlatk Phones 1515 and 322 High School Opening The High School .will open tor thej fall term on Tuesday. Sept. 3rd. All those students who Intend to take in tho H.S. course are urged to be present the first day to obtain a copy of the time table and the list of books. The principal would like to receive a list of names of parties who are willing to board students for tho year. Also tbase who wish to work for their board while attending school are requested to send in their names to the principal at once, as quite a number of (requests for such students have come in. The principal will be in his office at the high school on Friday. Aug. 30, from four to six, and In the evening from .7:30 to 10 to consult with those who wish information regarding the course of study. Kentishmen's Vegetable Displ.-ty The members . of the Lethbrldge Kentish .Association held another successful competition last evening in St. Mary's Hall and the judges had a hard-time picking out tho winners, af tho display was flrst-class. In �jome ol the' classes there were no less tha eight entries. The following were th' results: Tomatoes-1st, G. Edwards; 2nd, J. Edwards; 3rd. J. Buss. Cauliflower-1st, W, Hawkins; 2nd, 13. Ros-slter; 3rd, J. Edwards and J. Buss. Corn-1st, A. Knowlden; 2nd. W. Hawkins; 3rd, E. Impett. Cabbage- 1st, G. Edwards; 3nd. H. Dunk; 3rd, J. Edwards and W. Hawkins. Vegetable -Alarrow-1st. ,1. Edwards; 2nd, E. Impett; 3rd, H. Dunk. Beets-Ist, H. Dunk; 2nd, E. Rossitor; 3rd, E. Impett. Great Railroad Drama At the Empress Tonight "If an engineer works eighteen hours and sleeps at the throttle, is ho or the railroad management guilty if a -wreck results?" See Prank Keen-an In "Ruler of the Road." "And a little,child shall lead them." Seo "Ruler of the Road" at tho Empress theatre today and learn how a little child makes peace between a great financier and her grandfather." "Because- one mart worked twenty-tour hours and got away with it, should ho force an employee to.work more than eighteen hours on on'^ shift? Who was to bla\no when anliaccident resulted? See Frank Keenan.^ln "Ruler of the Road" at the Ejmpress itheatro to night.-Advertisement. You're Sure at the Sanitary Shop Sure you're sate and of good work. SVESTBROOK BROS. Oppoalte Bank of Montreal WHEN YOU THINK OF CLEANING, PRESSING OR REPAIRING THINK OF "P" THE TAILOR Telephone 1666 410 FIFTH STREET R. Coultry Phone 492 The AtberU Meat Market Canada Food .Board License Number 8-3S693. Hay & F. 0. HYDE & CO. Cor. 2nd Avie. and 12tli St. A. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 3-802 Kirkby's Special For Thursday CUSTARD TARTS Regular 40e per dozen SPECIAL FOR THURS-DAY 20c per Dozen Canada Food Beard License Number 5-2386 Kirkby & Co. 606 3rd AVE. SOUTH Fordson Tractor Owners F. M. STELLE, Fordson Tractor Specialist IS IN THE CITY with the local distributors, The Ford Garage UNTIL FRIDAY NIGHT, and would like to meet Fordson owners with a view to giving suggestions or advice of any kind. Quaker Bread Always has a Sweet Flavor QUAKER BREAD HAS ALWAYS' BEEN NOTED FOR ITS SWEET NUTTY WHOLESOME FLAVO?. THE BEST OF INGREDIENTS FULLY MIXED, CAREFULLY HANDLED, PROPERLY BAKED AND DELIVERED bUEAN 18 WHAT HELPS TO QlVE IT THAT FLAVOR 80 MUCH >^PRECIATED BY OUR CUSTOMERS. YOU SHOULD BE A CU^TOMr ER OF-OURS AND SERVE THIS EXTRA FINE BREAD ON YOUR TABLE THREE TIMES A DAY. NEVER'ANY WASTE WITH QUAKER -BREAD. ..... John Gilmore, Limited, Bakers CANADA FOOD BOARD LICCNM NUMBER 5-878 We Are AH Corres|K>nclent8 Now! We write our friends at the front and elsewhere, and get through pads bon, second. sheets, etc. W^ supply everything for the office. EVERALL aid FRANKS Office Outfittira Sinnet loekCor. 4thAya. * 9th St. \ ?44855 ;