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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta t NOaOHEiMER PIANOI itMSQN PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO, LTD. "Everything Musical" 515 6th Street South Phcns IMS LETHBRIDGE BADLY HERAUl GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR llth ttrwt S. Plwiw Prompt and Reliable Work Jrt Pfkw, 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 I'hiW will mate faster progress lu his studies II you provide him with ine necessary school supplies early. Our stock at present Is complete iti all text boots and supplies. THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. The Economical Housewife Knows Best where to make Her Purchase QUALITY GOODS At LOWEST POSJIBLE PRICES ANO THE BEST OF SERVICE IS WHAT COUNTS THESE DAYS. WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW Apples, Ycltow. Traniiiarent, large boxei. 7C Per box BESt CREAMERY BUTTER. >ft Per -JVC Rips.Tomltixi. crate. Per basket, 1.5HJ ;0. LIMITED High-Claw Cask Grocers CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER s-sh Phone 525 Still a few baskets of Blueberries. Just OOA- Ftr basket California Peaches, Elberlas and Craw- O in fords. Per case..................... fi.lW Italian Prunes. We believe the pricet are OC about rlsht. Per cast'................ Registration of Canadians Proves of Utmost Value Ottawa, Aug. total regislra- 'lion considerably in escess of five i -millions. including several hundred thousand men trailed in aericu'lure, but at present otherwise engaged, are f the .striking features oftots of TIMOTHY, TIMOTHY AND CLOVER. HAY, ETC. (Jet onr prices for prompt or future delivery Kcincth R. Simpson Co. Fbndgt, Alta, or Csffljary, Alta.. 2170 of couoty commiltees by means of resistration, the names of naore-lfc men, all with some training in agriculture, but 'for' the preseut, oth- erwise employed, whose services ate available as harvest hands should they be required, if (tie cards from all .parts of Canada were Ynoroushly scrutinized for farm purposes the labor shotvn, would be abundant for our needs. Could Get Miners TJhe teat as a result of tlie registration the board could the national 'interest, mobilize, labor quickly-'toward any forni of produc- tion. ''W'crii the unsuspected to nap- .says the report, United States io serre notice on us that in (eh days all exports of soft coal to Canada -'.vould be absolutely in Jess than three days ive could" furnish the government witlT Ihe names and present of every inan m the country experienced in' coal now employed thereat, provided always he bad de- experience on hit reg- isl.ratioh The following table of unrerised figures sives'the total registration by prorftiees, but, not including the reg 'has been "'effected through post, officer Xota ale female total New fe- male total Prince Edward. 25.395, emalo total female 615, ISS; total OatarloF-Male female 955, 148, total Manitoba Male 1G2.095, female 31T.44T. 239.512. femaie total 1S0.8S5, female. 517, total British fe- inale total female 2y Aug. cash markets business continues dull and featureless. There little de- mand. Oats closed lower for October and 5-Sc lower for December. Flax closed 5 loweMor October and 5-Sc lower tor Dc'cenib'er. Flax closed 5 l-2c lower for October; 4 7-Sc lower tor November and 4c low- er for December. Winnipeg Markets Open. 'S3 "Close. Oats- October December '73> October ___' 41G' 4101, November -102 39S! December 395 392 Cash Prices No. 2 C.W.-.. S5S No.S.C.W... 79; Extra No. 1 feed'.............. 79) Xo. 1 teed So. 2 _ No. 3 C.W...105 No. 4 (J.W...1CO No. 1 X W. C. Calgary Livestock Calgary, Aug. was 'exc- eptionally quiet today at the stock ards, buyers saying il ivas the quiet- si day they have known here for a time at this lime of the week 'here were only 12' ears ot cattle in, :ly slackers, and these from 900 jounds up, are selling all .the way rom 10 1 2 cents There are a few dd head of beet tattle thelMst bring ng the lop price of 50 There practically no, market .for otlay, only IS being receired this .orning. Top. price remains at BANK CLEARINGS -week year 'f f, ff ff ff ff tf r'.X 3r High Grade American Dentistry Workmanship and Quality Guaranteed SUPERIOR norKinanshlif la equally a feature of our practice as Ihe high grade listing materials which wo use Btery case; Pa'tlcnla joifit wllli pride to work whlch'they have, had clone In nur office's. Nor hate they any pain- ful Dartuhy Ai We Practue It Is a Gtntk Art Drs. Brancr, Richards Nelson Hif k Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott 4 fron Lethbridge Hotel LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFflCE-l18A ElOHTH AVENUE E EDMONTON CRIITALL BLOCK. DR. Oping 1 S SCRIBBLERS, EXERCISE BOOKS, r PENCIL; BOXES, kiddie's will find our stock very large, well assorted and big value. THE RED CROSS DRUG t BOOK CO.. LTD. Succuftftn to Jackson A Co. 555 and 1232 Building CITY' AND jDISTRICT Appointed Auditors Messrs.. Karris and Ueaper have been appointed board. wJitors for'the fair Casualties .Woundedl H. Linniiij, Lcthbridge; Iticharcl Jarvls, enlisted I.ethbrldge. next of kill, Macleocl. Ptc. A, Graul, Whitla Visitor S. S. postjnastcr of WhitJa, waS a visitor to the city today, lie says the town now has a fine new railway station._. 10CJIYSEPT.13 Dr. Beland, recenUy released from Gerraanr, visit .Lcthbrfdge on 'riday, September will peak at a meeting under the auspices the Rotary' Dr. JJeiand was postmaster-general, of Canada for scv :ral yean? under Sir -.Wilfrid IJaurier, ind it will be remembered -was in Belgium vrilh his-; wife-and daughter rhen- the war, broke" out ,Hc> was eparated from his both of whom nere held as prroners Ills wife Tfas-Yery III, atid-slie diejl he- ore he was see her.. Dr. Beland has a wonderfursfo'ry fo tell of German kuUuf-and-iheVivar, tlefore. Magistrate- Jrstin- 'in- A.P.P. court yesterday Jliller AdanH, .the who was brought back from Brandon on a charge of nectlon with the purchase'of a'inotor rar, was TKe accaied paid the of Ihe acllon and made a with Mr Ingram, from iviiom he purchased Ihe car Immc illalely aflc'r release he'was re- arrested- uciiler anil will be deported. Dutch Seldel, charged with'-'> the theft of W. D. King's re- manded {or eight flays Ilils morning. In cit> police couri Archie.Jlunt colored was fined and coals as an idler He paid bh fine oncl Mai then nicked up b> the Domjniorfpo lice, who were not lalisflccl willi his military EASY BREATHING ASTHMA REMEDY Relieves InVniediately ihc dis- tress In breathing and produces a feeling df-ibuoyantj- uhich 13 Tery grateful to'the auffefer. 75c FOR SALE BY Phones 1515 and 322 Great War Veterans AesoctatEon AH lueoibers who wish to attend the mting to Cards ton will ylease ,.seo iat) their names are banded to the Secretary before JYiday noon. Phoue Resume Work iMIas Clajra Chauhnm, G42, 7lli Street .i arrived in tlie city after tliree weefes vacation at t'ernlc, B. C.. resunie her vrork as leafier ot Aruij L'fc Saving Quards Death Woolford Woman There died In the city ioiJay, A 29thr. Mrs. .Ida MayvRtchards; beloved wife of X. S. Richards of AVoolford Alberta. Tho body .was sent there for interment liisYmorning from Fetter ly'a Undertaking parlors. Attention Sportsman N Box U.M.C. "Remlnjton" Shtlll, 12 gtute "Grand, or Biililtite ShllU, 12 gauge'.. 1.25 23X0 "Tjritt" Shtlll, 12 lauge f.45 Peitn Sheln, 12 gauge'................ 21M PiUri Shelli, 12 gauge "High Gun" ShellJT 12 gauge 27.00 Ptteri "Ideal" High Bate Sheili...............1.75 W.CO These arc all uexv clean slock.'every pbell guaranteed. II you are Interested In above high' gruUo .lines of stu-Us. act quickly, as arc no moro to bad dud our slock is limited. Please- do not ask us to bold shells. these trices arc for immediate delivery spot 22.Short U.M.C. "Smokeleu" 6r ungrtited, grided or hollow paint, 30c box; alto Wlnchetttr or Petert time price. Consumers Hardware and i jSvipply Company y all :thc Salvation Army work am- ong tne-boys at all-ualtletronts. The Change of; Hours .Garbntt. .IJusIncss College, re-open for the tall term on Wednes-' day. September.'4 at 9.30. a.m.' Be- ginners class In tho'moVnlng. For par- [Iculars unJ.terms apply' to ,1255 during July-and Augnsl, lias been runiilng Irpni.S a.m. to 1 p.m., will, at the tlmo. oi'Viie Fall Term Onening. Tuesitay.. Sept. 3rd, change to the regular school to 12 a.m. and; io 4 p.m. The uigbt school will reopen for tho fall term ou Sept. 5. Xlght classes wlil libjielj'on Jlohday and Thursday .eyenincsrfroni 7.30 to P.30: Tho principal to report thai the past'year has been H very success- fill both from" the standpoint of ntteiulance ifemaud-for help, and lie lnkp.3 Ibis opportunity to inank the people of LctiibrldEe and district for their 'snppofL' He will be In his omco bn'Friday froni S a.m. to 1' nud 4 to C and on Saturday, from 9 to 12 auil 4 to G ji.m., tomcet Avc. S. or iihono 220-1! _ At leasl one bililoii dollars' will bo raised In Canada during the present llscnl year from oxtra war'lajcatlob. Labbr.Su'riday Next Sunday, Sept. 1st, is being set Labor'Sunday, throughout the Dominion. At St: Jfary's church in the evening the Rev Mr Snow will preacli a approprfalo lo the I'ccasion, and the .L'etbbridge Trades anJ Labor Council arc asking tile miou men of tuis cit} to attend Uic ervjco, t j For Cross Tho lion Treas Red Cro-s tnonIedKCS thanis a donation of. !5105, proceeds of plo HUP ier at M'r.'HanBon'a; chickens donated >y >Irs. Bean and ice cream by God' Uard Hod Cross ladies per Mrs. Sire's, ionorar> secretary, ?16 40 from sale of vegetables at Stirling .on noanl ol Trade outing, 'Mr. Flenstein omclatlng as auctioneer; a'friend Death of Infant. Tho Jeath occurred at Diamond on Tuesday, August 27, ot Kwald Henry Oarl Zech, C weeks old ..son of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. "Zcch ot that place.'. The funeral took placer fhi'j morning from tho residence al Diam1 in .he Diamond City cemetery.'! ,llac- Kay and MacKay wero.fn charge of the funeral arrangements.- HOPE C. P. R. 11 AM C.P.It, u-legraph employees are worWtfg toilay at tho .locaroffice :o: :he company, jrhid bcea es'pecled lhat the. strike would ran leria'Ize thl- morning but T ortl frplp f. Carrutherj. president tjf tlie union was to the effoct .that .tho- eore'rn manl demanded machln ory of the Umictix act be exhausted before a strike Is In'thc emantime- the employees are cenain thai tho demand (or nljhcr pay will be met !lo the extent tha whnlever (ncreaso Is granted will be relroactfre till May'l (nslcail of Aiig I as had been Intended. ANNOUNCEMENT Dr. GMVJiarrs has purchased the interest of H Msg-rs ill tho of Drs "Sfiirrs ana Marrs, ileiillsts, ami all accounts owinj; Ihe flrm are-payable to'Dr. Marrs 21 Tlie V 111 s Store. Hull UlocV, lias opened, II no-stock of Victor record? Wjtch lor our detail cd'advert sement err Mondn> and at the bottom of the page Our record service be found eiccp- tlonall) _ 2201 scliiol will R. Cdultry Phone 492 Tie Meat Market Canada Food Board'License Number Hay Feed F. 0. HYDE CO. Cor 2nd Ase and 12th St A. PHONfe 1244 LETHBRIDGE CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 3-802 Salv.iiion Army On Jlonclay, ;'Sepl. at 8 p.m one ot the most; intorcating lectures on the Great War will lie given bj Hie gifted Comulssloncr Lanton, of Salv-ltioii Arniy Conr mander ofCHiiadaAVest. he be as- sisted by 5lrs.' Commissioner Lnwlon arid 'Brigadier Hay-of the subject of the lecture wiU be "Lessons from .ilic. Great. War." A.Jicarly In Titaiilm 13 given to the Veterans' and public of this city.. Chairman, Dr, Biurs Collectjon will ,be taken in WHEN YOU THINK OF CLEANING, PRESSING OR REPAIRING THINK OF "D" THE TAILOR Telephone 1666 410 FIFTH STREET School Supplies Bring youi lists direct to us, 'we can fill all your wants. The best values foi least money. s Robertson's Book Store LETHBRIDiE HOTEL BUILDING S 1.J f PHONE 1265 Fordson Tractor Owners F. M. STEI1E, Fordwn Tractor Specialist IS IN THE CltY wHk Ike local dUtribntors, Tke Ford Garage UNTIL FRIDAY NIGHT, and would fte ti iKeet Fordsoa owners with a view to givin? sngget- lions or 'advice of an; kind. A Mighty Good Loaf Quaker Bread QUAKER BREAD IS VERY LITTLE DARKER WITH Tr4E SUBSTI- TUTES SKILLFUL BLENDING OF THE FLOUR ANO SUBSTITUTES .AND CAREFOL ATTENTION WHILE THE DOUGH is RISING COM. iVITH PROPER BAKINO HELPS THE COLOR WONDERFULLY, WITH SUBSTITUTES IN THEM REQUJRE TO BE KEPT COOLER AND WORKED Off QUICKER ANO WHAT IS HOST 1M- POBTANT OF ALL THEY REOtJfKt VERY YOU SHOULD IE USINO BREAD MAOAM John Gilmore, Limited, Bakers CANAOA'FOOD SOARO LICEHJE NUMBED 5-B79 We Are All Correspondents Now! the front and elsewhere, am! get Ihrough pad? iiulcMy You should our stock of thoie convenient blocks of Jiaper (he rou'flnd yourself mil Wo haie a nnmbor ot fipccSal Ufttfa well worth aUcition Paper tlocs not go wrons agalnal Ibc rapid advance In piper costs Twentieth Century Book Store' N 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE FOR READtMO AND WRITING MATERIAL "Rtading niaketh n full man; ______f ,_______Writing, man STENOGRAPHERS WANTED .To Cull in4 ttt the Byron Typewriter Cabinet Something new. Carbon folder fa front Oftnlor A place tor bill heads, or- bon, Bfcond sheeta, HVo suppl) (of Hit office EVERALL tBt! FRANKS Bltcfc Car, 4th Av<, t. ;