Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
i ^ NOHOHKIMER PIANOS KOISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOiA MUSIC CO.. LTD. "Everythlno Musical" S15 6th Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD! i GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 nth Street 8. Phone 1413 Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Reaion* able Pricci. - - THIS WEEK SOME FIRST QUALITY BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, and VEAL DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food Board License Number 9-ZBS-; School Supplies Your chilli will make faster prosresy in his studies if you i>rovitio liim with the necessary schcKil siipi'lies WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW WHAT Still .1 few baskets of Blueberries. Just arrived. Per basket .................. California Peaches, Elbertas and Craw-fords. Per case ..................... Italian Prunes, We believe the prices are | �|J about right. Per case'................ l*Oa 2.80 2.10 Apples, Yellow Transparent, large boxes. Per box..................... BEST CREAMERY BUTTER. Per lb........................... Ripo Tomatoes. 4 basket crate. : * * �: � : .> BANK CLEARINGS > This week ..........$796,005 ? ? I.,ast year ........... (i7."i.640 : : : : > .> Building CITTT AND DISTRICT Appointed Auditors Messrs. Karris and Deapcr have been appointed auditors for Uic fair board. Casualties "VN'ounded': H. Linning, Lethbridge; nichard Jarvis, enlisted Lethbridge, no.Tt of kin, Wales; Pte. A. Grant, Macleod. Whltla Visitor S. S. Richardson, postmaster ot Whltla, was a visitor to thc"cfty today. He says the town now has a fine new railway station.. EASY BREATHING ASTHMA REMEDY Relieves iinmcdiately the distress In breathing and produces a feeling of � buoyancy which ia very grateful to the sufferer. 75c FOR SALE BY - l�.Nieiib�thiB&Co - LniHW - �Alkorttr^ ^lanM* DrafiltliP WholMal* �r.4 Ratatl CliomtaU Phones 1515 and 322 Great War Veteran* Association All members who wish to attend the outing to Cardston will plense see thatJ their names are handed to tho secretary before Friday noon. Phone Resume Work Miss Clara Chapham, 64U 7tli Street S, arrived in the city after throe weeks vacation at Fernie, B. C. will resume her work as leader of ^e Salvation Army Life Saving (l^uurds. Deatii Woolford Woman There died in the city today, Aug. 29th, Jlrs. Ida May iRIehards. beloved wife of N. S. Richards ot Woolford, Alberta, The body was sent there for interment this morning from Fctter-ly's Undertaking parlors. Labor Sunday Next Sunday, Sept. 1st, is being set apart as Labor Sunday, throughout the Dominion. At St. Mary's church in tho evening the Rev. Mr. Snow will preach a sermon appropriate to the occasion, and the Lethbridge Trades and Labor Council are asking the tinion men of this city to attend the service. EC.P.R.WILL All C.P.R. telegraph employee.s are working today at tho local office of tiie company. It had been expected last-Tilght that the strike would materialize this morning but word /r.om T. Carruthers. prosidont of the union, was to tlie effect that tho government demanded that all the machinery of the i.emieux act be exhausted before a ,striko is called. In the emantimo tho. employees are certain tliai tlio demand for lilghcr pay will he inot to the oxtetit that whatever increase Is granted will ho retroactive till .May 1 instead of Aug, 1 as had been intended. For Red Cross The Hon. Treas. Red Cross S�ciely acknowledges with thaajcs i| d'bnution of $51.05, proceeds ot chickyn pie supper at Mr. Hanson's, chickens donated by Mrs. Bean and ice cream by God-dard Red Cross ladies per Mrs. Sire's, honorary secretary; $16.40 from sale of vegetables at Stirling on Board ot Trade outing, Mr. Fieua'cln ofllciating as auctioneer; a friend $1,30. Death of Infant The death occurred at Diamond City on Tuesday, August 27, of Ewald Henry Carl Zech, 0 weeks old son of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Zeeh of that place. The funeral took place this morning from tho residence at Diamond City and interment was made in the Diamond City cemetery. . Mac-Kay and MacKay were In charge of the funeral arrangements. Salvation Army On .'Monday, Sept. 2nd, at 8 p.m., one ot the most interesting lectures on tho Great War will be given by the gifted spoak^^ Commisslonor Lawtoii, ot Winnlpeic. the Salvation Army Commander of Canada West, he will bo assisted by Mr.*!. Commissioner Lawton and Brigadier Hay ot Edmonton, tlie subject of tho lecture will be "Lessons from tlic Great. War." A hearty in vitation is given to the Veterans' and public of this city. Chairman, Dr. Rivera. Collection will ,bo taken in WHEN YOU THINK OF CLEANING, PRESSING OR REPAIRING THINK OF "D" THE TAILOR Telephone 1666 410 FIFTH STREET A Mighty Good Loaf Quaker Bread QUAKER BREAD IS VERY I.ITTLe'^DARKER WITH THE SUBSTITUTES. SKILLFUL BLENDING OF THE FLOUI\ AND SUBSTITUTES .AND CAREFUL ATTENTION WHILE THE DOUGH 16 QIBING COM. BINEO WITH PROPER BAKING HELPS THE COLOR WONDERFULLY. VQViiHt^ WITH SUBSTITUTES IN THEM REQUIRE TO BE KEPT COOLER AND WORKED OFF QUICKER AND WHAT IS MOST IMPORTANT OF ALL THEY REdUIRE VERY THOROUGH BAKING, YOU SHOULD BE USING QUAKER BR|AP MADAM. John Gilmore, Limited, Bakers CANADA FOOD sbARD LICEBUE NUMBER B-879 Attention Sportsman Box U.M.C. "Romlnoton" Smokeles* Shells, 12 gauge ,,,�1.3B "Ely." "Qmnd Prix" or Balllatlte Shells, 12 gauge '.. 1.25 Peter* "Target" Shells, 12 gauge................. 1.45 Petora "Premier" Shells, 12 gauge' ................ 1,60 Peter* "Referee" Shells, 12 gauge ................. 1.20 Peters "High Gun" ShellsT 12 gauge ............... 1.80 Peter* "Ideal" High Bras* Base Shells.............. 1.75 Cat* $24,60 23.00 20.60 27.00 21.60 27.00 32,00 Those are all new clean stock, every shell gunrnuteed. It j'ou are Interested In above high' grndo lines ot shells, act (lUlckly, as there arc no more to be had rind our stock is limitod, Plcnsn do not usk us to hold shells, these prices nro for Immediate delivery and spot cash. \ 22 Short U.M,C, "Smokeless" Or "Lesmoek" ungreased, greased cr hollow point, 30c box; also Winchester or Peters same price. Cotiftumers Hardware and Supply Gompany . aUl ot the Salvation Army work among the boys at all hattlefrontg. � Change' of Hours The Gnrbutt Business College, which, during July and August, has been running from S a.m. to 1 p.m., will, ivt the time of the Full Term Opening, Tuesday, Sept, ISrd, change to tho regular school liours, !) to \2 a.m. and 1.30 to 4 p.m. The night scliool will reopen for tho fall terra on Thursday evening, Sept. 5. Night classes will ho held on Monday and Thur.sday evening-s from 7.30 to 9.30: The principal is .pleased to report that the past year has been a very successful one, both from the standpoint ot attPiidnncp and the demand for help, and ho takes this opportunity to thank tlie people of Lethbridge and district for their support. He will be in his ollU'o On Friday from 8 a.m. to I p.iu. and 4 to 0 p.iu.. and on Saturday from 0 to 12 a.m. and 4 to C ji.m., to meet l>rospectlvo students. ro-opon for tho fail term on �Wodnea. day, September 4 at 9.30 a.m. Be-ginners class in tho morning. For par-liculars and terms apply to 11'55 4tli Ave. S. or pliono HG8.. 220-;! At least one billion dollars will bo raised in Canada during the present /Iscnl year from o.vtra war taxation. ANNOUNCEMENT Dr. G." T. Marrs has purchased tlie interest ot Dr./W. H. .Maj-rs in the business ot Drs. JIarrs and Murrs, dentists, and all accounts owini; the IIrm are payable to Dr, G. T. Marrs. 210-3 The Willis piano Store, Hull Block, has opened up a very line-stock of Victor records. Watch for .our detailed'adverti.seiuent every Monday and Friday at the bottom of tlie page. Our record service will be found exceptionally satisfying. 220-1 JIIss Bawden's private school will t R. Coultry Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market Canada Food Board License Number S-28693. Hay & Feed F.O.HYDE&CO. Cor. 2ud Ave. and 12th St. A. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 3-802 Schdol Supplies Bring your lists direct to us, we can fill all your wants. The best values for least money. Robertson^s Book Store LETHBRIDi^E HOTEL BUILDING , ,J[;;, 'i PHONE 1263 Fordson Tractor Owners F. M. STEME, Fordson Tractor Specialist IS IN THE CITY witii the local distributors, The Ford Garage UNTIL Fi!|DAY NIGHT, and would like to meet Fordson owners with a view to giving sugges-tions or advice of any kind. We Are All Correspondents Now! We write our friends ut tho front and nlsewhoro, and get throuRh s quickly. Tfou should see onr sto'ck of those convenient flocks of jiaper the first time you find yourself out. AVe have a number ot spocllal lines -well i/orth attention. Paper does not go wrong readily, Provide agalnpt the rapid advance in paper costs. > -BUY NOW- ' The Twentieth Century Book Store' 614 FOURTH AVENUE \ PHONE 611 FOR READING AND WRITING MATERIAL "Reading maketh a full man; Writing, ati exact man." STENOGRAPHERS WANTED To Call find Sae the Byron Typewrltar Cabinet Somethlnr new. Carbon holder In front of operator. A place (ov everything- Letter beads, envelopes, bill heada, carbon, second sbeots, etc. ^Vo. supply overythhiB for the office. EVERALL and FRANKS Offic* outfittara SInnot Block Cor. 4th Av4. Ar8th,et. .'