Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
NOROHEIMER PIANOS PHONOGRAPHS ASSIN1BOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Musical- US Sth Stttrt South Phsne LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR M4 nth StrMt I. Plwiw Prompt and Reliable Work Dem at Reason- THIS WEEK SOME FIRST QUALITY BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, and VEAL DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food Board License Number School Supplies Your child will maSe faster progress In nis studies If you provide him with lib necessary school supplies oarlr. Our sloct at Is cboiplele'ln nll.teit books auii supplies. THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. The Economical Housewife Knows Best where to make Her Purchase QUALITY COODS AT LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES AND THE 1EST OF" SERVICE IS WHAT iCO'JNTS THESE DAYS. WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW n art Apples, Ytllew Transparent, large boxes, n box BEST CREAMERY BUTTER. >A per 50c 4 bwktt critt. AA CO. LIMITED High-Class .Cash CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER s-sw Phone 525 Still a few baskets of Blueberries. Just arrived. Per basket California Readies, Elbtrlas and Craw, fords. Per case..................... Italian Prums. We tulieve the prices are op about right. Per v-. THE GOOD ;Pay For Big Acreage Establishing a Record in Price merits', as is evidenced by Iheir beau- tiful tarms m South Dakota. The Jfclntyre rancli is located just south, of.-Magrath, arid Is'considered by old timers to be one of the test mixed farmlug propositions In tlie Mr. choiw lierci of ivhtte- faced cattle which graze on this rancli -ivinter.and summer, have long doHvinced the cattle man the wonderful ranching possibilities of Southern 'Alberta. The new purchasers Tvill take im- mediate, possession. MARKETS -nu.pefi, Aug. waa no change In the cash marrtets today. Thn demand- for all grains cop.iSnued very light. Oats closed l-4c lower for October and 1-Sc lower for December; Flax closed J-2o lower for October; lower for'November and 2 l-2a lower for December. WEnnlptg Markets Open. Close. ctober S2% >eceraber One-fourth of the fajuous liclntyre :rancli. consisting ol acres or rearh a township, or blghlv cultivated ijraTn'-land was sold today by the Pill- ling Land Company Ud to the Hu 'lenan Jireihrsn of Eouth Dakota for a of Th.s is considered-to be the highest price acre ever paid on a block ot sue ,in the province. t The land will Jre placed in a high of cuHiralioa and made .to pro- duce to the iuMeat extent.- The Uiemselves on the ei cellency ot Iheirjagnc'iHaral achieve- M ARLQW'S EAT ARKET Pbone 796 1110 Sixth Avenue S CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER HAY for SALE We are quoting attractive pnces delivered at your station for. carload lots ot TIMOTHY; TIMOTHY ALFALFA, PRAfR.E HAY, ETC, Get our pnces Tor prompt or future delivery t Kenneth R. Simpson Co. Letnbrlrfge, Alia, or Calgary, 217-0 But Belonged Only To Boy Tak- "ing a Correspondence Course Quite a sensation in police circles was'created a.couple ot even- ing's ago when one ol the members ot the citr police discovered a wire- 3 receiving apparattta in the noinc of J Sawcbuk, near the Mill oh "Second" S. He Immediatelj reported it fo. Acting Chief Bowker reported'it to Detetcivs The detective investigated _and found that ,the' machine 'belonged to younj Billy .Sawchuk an empioysc of the C P.R.1 At first the.police looked ou the discovery-, with suspicion ai Sawchuk Austrian birth. Further however, proved tha the beionged to the 'son and was for receiving onl> The bo> has been taking correspondenc course in .Tvireleas telegraphy and thi school him Tvith (he The matter is now in the-lianfls o Supt-- ot the Mounted Po- lice, who; Is looking up the: Uons H is understood that the pn vate.ownership "of tireless outfits i prohibited in Canada during the nar and thVsawchuk machine be dls mantled. s Young Sawchuk.has become falrl; proficient-In the-'iise'ol the inacbin and a'number of message presumably sent .out. from some-Pac fie station They -were in code, how ever, and-nothing-could; be made o them t His Master's Voice i Records AT THE WILLIS PIANO STORE HULL BLOCK' People aie finding out that oin set vice mid stock ate right. Are you among thenP The voice o( (he average-toy soprano Jor many Yeasons, U unusually difficult to record ami nlilioueli the ictor lias iliado roan> trials of boys voices Hey not deemed worthy (o bear lie Label In MASTER WM. PICKLEI, of PKUburg, ioweier, ne havo i mo-t singer, nhose voice lends llselt adtnjrabli' to reprodut Uor The purity and fresbness o( his volco and ils re nUrXibls flexibility mark nta at once as undobuledlj one of the best boy sopranos ever heard in America Ask tit, to of k's records for >ou Two lhat Bhould bo In every rnonogranb llbnry are "Prochs Air" bj OALLlCUBCI and Schubert 8 by HEIFETZ, Your collection Is not t complete without ot these Come In and hear (bem it The litest. SONOS and DANCE RECORDS always In stock K Our supply Of the NEW VICTOR CATALOGUES now in Come In anil itet yonr copy, H C C. SALMON, Manajtr ciober 'ovember )ecember 417 Cash Prices 41C 4W 391! o. 2 C.W.................-.. V'o. 1 feed.. Mo. 2 feetl, :o. 3 C.W...105 No. 4 C.W.. ro i v w c 100 431 DHER1EB OFFER Winnipeg, Aug. Draft dc- in the White Mouth dis- trict have been offering armed re- sistance .to tht' miliUry police with the rwult that a soldiers-under Major G. Mr Har- ris, provoit and Major Stoneham, 7day for the purpoic of rounding up evaders Both cavalry and In- fantry have gone from Winnipeg to make the round-up. It was an- nountfd from mlfltary hcadquar- ters'that had It was stated that th- whole area was systtm- dttcally cleared 'up- SCRIBBLERS, EXERCISE BOOKS, PENCILS, PENCIL BOXES, KULERS, TEXT BOOKS. The kiddies .will find our school-opening slock very large, well assorted and bis value. CITY AND DISTRICT Council Tonight Th'e Trades arid-bailor Council meet tlie S o'clock. Attention Sportsman ExemptLon Appeals' The following have been allowed till Nov. 1: R. S.-Beatlie, :Bow Island; Coalhursl. .Great 'War -Veterans Association members .who can sing, or who think ther can sing, or who would like to be. able to.jlng, will please meet In the' Cliib Rooms at 6 p.m. Sunday next Great War Veterans Association 'All members ivho wish t6 attend the outliig lo Cardston will please see that Iheir names are "to. thd secretary before Friday noon, 1'lione THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO., LTD. Jickion A .Telephone! BS5 12J2. Sherlock Building Casualties KILLED IN T. A. Chisholm, Cranbrook: J. Shaw, Macltod, Pit Alfred Lewis, Macleod, Pte Jai Ballantyne, Lethbridge, Pte Francis Jenkins, Fnhburn; Pte Richard Pte. Chas. Lewis, Macleod; Pte. Frank Murphy, Lethbridge; Pte Jas Brown, Lethbridge, Corp Win. Gibson, High River; Pte Jas Cady, Lethbridge; ;pte..Wm. Whit- ing, CranbroDk, Pte N King, Macleod; Pte. ,Chas. Mackay, Cranbrook. Hdihi, AUg Iwelre aldpr manic mcmtiera of llje city; council made public a IcUCr.lo HawM approved by. them meellng, In which they request that In -view of hla publicly pxpreaied opin them, 33 "dduKh unnamed fci re5lgn from of on or before last of August Idler cbncludea: "If you fall to do so we wljl that ilate tcniler ouf reu'lgnation8 at atdcrmeft. We arc sensible" of the inconvenience to :tliat may result from our proiwfeed feel that ho other coursers to or consistent with -'proper self re sped." Trailing Arbutus Cream A very delightful van- ishing cieani.- Tiy it before youi next motor tup. Leaves 'the skin spft and velvety. Seven Recruits Seven men for-the Siberia expodil tonary force nave been necur cr] by SupL Div M. P. Fit teen Only specimens o who can ride well wiUbe taken aa-tbc force Trill be a irmuul one. -Tlie veterinary oflicer of the .Mounted Police was in ilie city (hi week and picked Ti hordes from the police slables to be to thi point of concentration. In ail 17; flprscs arc bleng taken. S24.50 23.00 27.00 21.10 27.00 32.00 Box U.M.C. SmokckM (2 gauge ...JUS "Grand or Balliitite shells, 12 gauge 1 25 PeUri tlieth; 12 fauge C MS Peter: "JT.-cir.lsr" gauge 1.M Shells, 12 -1.20 Peters "Hlfti fan" Sh.lli, 12 1.M High Brau Base Sheila 1.75 -These are. all new clean stock. every shell guaranteed. If you are Interested in above high grade' lines of shells, act quickly, as there- are' Jio "more lo be had and our stock la limited. Please do' not us to'.hold'fthellvthese' prices are for Immediate delivery, and spot Short. U.M.C. "Smokeleaa" or "Leamock" ungreaacd, frvaaed' hollow .-point' 30c box; also' Winchester or Retera same price.. Consumers Hardware and Supply Company "ANNOUNCEMENT Dr. T-." Ma'rrs'iias purchased the interest of DK Mar'ra In the ,Drs. .-Marrs and Marrs, owing the firm are fiayabie'to JJr. G. T; Marrs. F. M. .Stelte, .Kordsoiii tractor spec- ialist 15 in.the tlie .Ford Gar- age, lix'al distributors, until Friday ntsnl ami iyvoultiy.be glad lo..nieet Ford- any .Inquiries to son make. Annnuiiri-j cpeilng 01 me Western .Slgn.'Corapahy, 414 4th Ave S-, phone Metropolitan work- man; actual 'service. We nou1 (o handle all classes of signs and cards, and will-appreciate to havo joii call onphono for prices ana suggestions N M Paul en Jlgr 'BRITISH :CROP t-ondon', Aug 28 (Canadian Prest Dispatch from Re'iiter's Lim- ited of agriculture atXfijjtIiat'thV-.mcfabIa area in Englanil.'and, Wales anuunts to icre's; increase of with 1917 and a record for twenty years Amsterdam, Aug. lias, been able to, transport more soldiers io Franco they Ijave been carried in a mall B steamera Tvblch offered .-difficult tar- gets. declared Captain ZimmciTaan of the German geaoral staff, ih a lecture at' Eresleau on the milltat-y situation, ac- cording to the Ulienish Gazette at Essen. said 'these steamers were escorted by warships. The captain said (here were Americans ai the more behfntl. the -lines, The recent prosresffbtthe allies, tlie captain attributed livUic mass cm', ploymcut of tanks whkfr bad initial successes, lie-; declared, ,but means IIOTT have been found to master them. l.Hifi.itt.uB.tb limottti Thr tr.4 fUtall Clwmttl.i Phones 1515 and 322 High SchooE Opening h4 High School will open for th fairterm.on Tuesday, Sept, 3rd. A tlsqse students Vho intend to take in tie H.S. course are urge! to be pres- ent the first day to obtain a copy of the'liin'e'table and the Hat The principal would' like Lto' receive a 1'et of names of parties who arc willing to board the year. Vlso Trish to nork for their rd while attending school are re- quested (6 send in their name-s to the inncipal at once, as fjuitr a, nombcr tt! r'equesta' for auch stiidbntfi' have The principal will he In his office at 1he high school oh Frfflay, Aiig. 30, from "four in the ning: from to consult with those Tvho re- diDE the courser of stud) Kentiihmen's Vegetabfe Displ.iy the members' ol Ihe'. Lethbridge Kentish Association held anuthei succeeBful competition last evening In St. Slary's Hall and the judges had a liard time picking out the winners, .IF the display was In some or the classes there -were no less.thiv eight Rnlries. The Ib results: G. Edwards, 2nd, J. Kdwarda; 3ri, J, Buss. Cauli- W. Hawfcins; 2nd, E. Ros- siter; .3rd, J. Edwards J. Buss. A. Knowlden; '2nd, W Hawkins; 3rd, E, Irapett. G, Edwards; 2nd, H. Dunk; 3rd, J.' Edwards and W. Hawkins. Veget- able J. Edwards; 2nd, B. Imnelt; 3rd, H. Dunk. H, Dank; Kosalter; 3rd, 13, Impett. Great Railroad Drama At the Empress Tonight "If an engineer, works eighteen noun n the tnrottlc, is he or Hie railroad guiily If a wrecr Frank Keen- a Utlle child ahal] Ifiait.lheni." er ot Road' thi impress thetlre today and learn how a little rnaKca peace- ia financier and her, grandfather" cause ono man worked twenty-four hours and got away with H, ahould hb force an cmployeo thtil eighteen hours on'one shift? Who .was to blame an ncddcnt' resultcdJ See Frank Kccnail jh "Kuler of lh( Road" at the Einprcgs to Ytw're Sore at the _ Sanitary Shop Sure 3'oti're' of soorl work. WESTBROOK BROS. Bank of Montreal WHEN YOU THINK OF CLEANING, PRESSING OR REPAIRING THINK OF "D" THE TAILOR TclephoRe 1666 410 FIFTH STREET Quaker Bread Always has a Sweet Flavor .CUAKEH BREAD HAS ALWAYS NOTED FOR ITS SWEET NUTTr.WHOLESOME FLAVOR. THE OF INGREDIENTS FULLY MIXED, CAREFULLY, HANDLEO, fROPERLY 1AKIO AND OEHV- ERID CLEAN IS HELPS TO GIVE IT THAT FLAVOR MUCH APPRECIATED OUR CUSTOMERS. YOU SH6ULO 1C A CUSTOM- ER OF SERVE THIS EXTRA FINE (READ ON YOUR TA1LE THREE TIMES A DAY. NEVER ANY WA3TE WITrl WAKER R John Gilmore, Limited, Bakers, CANADA fOOO BOARD LlCENM NUMBER 5-171 R. Coultry Phone 492 AlbJ-U Meat V.rktt Canada Food Board License Number Hay Feed F. O.HYDE CO. PHONE 1244 .LETHBRIDGE CANADA.FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 3-902 Kirkby's Special For Thursday CUSTARD TARTS Regular 40c per dozen SPECIAL FOR THURS- DAY, 2Oc per Dozen Canada Food.Board Licwise NLimbtr 5-2186 Kirkby Co. 60S 3rd AVI. SOUTH Fprdson Tractor Owners F. M. STELLE, Fordson Tractor Specialist IS IN the local distributors, The Ford Garage UNTIL FRIDAY NIGHT, and wovld fike to meet Fordson owners with a view to grrag sugges- tions or MTfke of any kind. We Are All. Now! We our friends at the front and olscuhere and get through pidi quickly. Yota should sen our stock of theae convenient blocks of tke first flme you find yourself out We have a number of speolal llnci .well worth attention. Paper does not .'go wroic readily. Provide' SKainzt tlie rapid advance In paper coals. The twentieth Century Book Store 614 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 614 FOR READING AND WRITING MATERIAL maketh a full Writing, an STENOGRAPHERS WANTED CjH and Ste Byrtfi Typewriter i Cibtntt new. Carbon holder In front Of operator A place for Better heads, envelopes, bill heads, car- second thesis, etc. e siipply everything for tho office. EVERALL aid FRANKS Offite ilocfa Cor, SUi St.