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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOiiDHElMER PIANOS RDISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Musical" S15 6th Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD J GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th Street 8. Phone 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work bone at Reaeon. able Prices. Experimental Farm Lamb, Ducks. Geese and Turkeys Fresh Oysters for Sale Today DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas HoTel Phone 452 Canada Food E^ii-.-! License Number 9-265-; NEW COLUMBIA RECORDS For October JUST TO HAND. COME IN AND LOOK THEM OVER. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1437 ARE YOU SATISFIED THAT YOU ARE GETTING VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY? if in DOUBT. IT might pay YOU to CALL an 0 GET OUR PRICES when IN the CITY. OUR OCTOBER CATA LOGUES ARE NOW READY Cr.ib Apples, per case ...................... 2.75 '| No. 1 Mcintosh Red Apples, wrapped, case. 3.50 Green Tomatoes, per case ................ 1.25 | Lug Boxes, each .......................... 2.55 WE EXPECT ANOTHER SHIPMENT of ONTARIO GRAPES to ARRIVE � WEDNESDAY. i\ ACCORDANCE WITH THE NEW RULING, REGARDING THE FACTORY ACT, THIS STORE will BE OPEN for BUSINESS EVERY DAY in THE WEEK TILL StX O'CLOCK, WITH THE EXCEPTION of SATURDAYS, WHEN THE HOUR FOR CLOSING WILL de 9.c0 P.M. SHARP THE GOOD CO. LIMITED ^High-Class Cash Grocers canada food board license number 8-599 Phone 525 MARKETS OPENED NEW MINERS' LIBRAR v 1 i i r Tin' :i"v, mi!!"."!-'' library v.,,.- inik-) r.l Hi . .ip'l l.l-I Ui:.'!>t r'- f>,> ... : s.:i!i i'T �if:'u iai opening l�y .M.;;.,'! !;> a- isted by l;iii."n;..".! t'.io conmiitree tno?t i he;i;:ih fur the to Eil a 1 !iorwa:*.Ii � fihn at ion was to read, am! !in-n '�nl -ou:e in.�!'. l"omuiis-*io:n r �-lliiin. fellow::;;;  i hoi'il t!ir mn.ii'. '.visa-; e- 11:' til" ;ua> o: ami v.-;~! � 1 i the � -uni- ; 111:1 :pp all .-Hi '"ih also .-all f. -. i turn's solicitor. H. Ostium! >-:i i-all-nl upon anil outlined ;i! 'I'M)) his 1 onticrtion with ;hc in mining work in t'.ii* 1 i'i-' �p.'.tker lit !!.� ei ���::;::g :: .lehn Yaselen.ik. .Mr. V.isi-i-marks KtTO concise and to ��;:ii. lli' pointed out thiit t!ie > mi tli" north .-itii' �ft'i' ah"iul smith sH.'r- in respe-.-: to a pull-:ary. It i.- at this time- ho saiit in' ' ssary than ever to keep in with tho world's progress ami c uiiiv v. ay >n to ilo is by reading nu'lu'lis? t'i" speaker nuul- a strong hi tin1 li. Si! ninri' ;.)ti- li 4 IVc............. '.'.st., 7;t 1.. Harley-- ......... Uei l�7t, ......... WV-, l'ts ! to the people to support the jtnins Vii-fory Loan with all mipli; ;ii!il main. A pli'iisinc Ml words, sititiitilt to tli' on I ->*�HS�JSSE-�S-^l�i ! NOW IN TRANSIT^^^^ Car of Gluten Feed Finest for Dairy Cattle F. O. HYDE 4 CO. Cnr. L'tid Ave. ainl uth st \ IPhone t240 _Lethbridgel. i::itn�> fo!lo'.\ v. ii.Vh apP'-ii." l>r!mv. il'-'s it- ke'tra tiiniish.'d li iiiiniie. t- ili/Mtitlmiit Programme. A i :  - .Mr * .ltdlii Vas-lena !ion :.i:-i > !iy Mr Sti-pi'.e ,!. It Kenned -Miss V"-a i .Mi^s \"ii-,etonak Mi-ee. . I iiat-I No. -' ( Itari. No. ( 1 "ax- N ....... -.'.til Cash Prices W :-.7e'a "Oi'i N. W.f No. 4 C. W. 10: hi:: : at t: ; o: Fiiitii. Son:: M: oh ianv il! Calgary Cattle y. (.let. I. Business slnw ockyards today not more than a dozen ears of cattle lomins; in. Quotations for hest nua'iity ri-:nriined as ; e-t'.rd.'.y. There were no ho$;s offi-r-in- today. Hot Water Bottles There are so many uses for such a household necessity that no one should deny themselves of their usefulness. Our? are sold with an absolute guarantee, as to quality. The seams are relnfoned and each Hot Water Bottle is of lull capacity. Lei ns show yon our complete line of rubber poodn. Wo feel sure it will appeal to you. CITY AND DISTRICT With Anti-Alrcraft Now Ai'cnnlitiK to lot (era reaching the city (.limner Kail Morris is now attached to an antiaircraft battery. Customs Returns Customs figures for the month were, l'.'is, JCS.US.IS. as compared with J.' for September, HUT. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Successors to Jackson & Co. Telephones 555 and 1232 Sherlock Building | Visits the City .T. S. liitchie. Ksi)., formerly A. VP. stenographer, and now of the llepari-tnent of .Municipalities), is iu tho city on business. s. o. e. Meeting Sons of KaRland. Hed Hose Oeffree I will meet totnomiw t Wednesday i ev-enitiK in S. O. K. hall at N p.m. Kvery member please attend. Retail Clerks Tonight A meeting of ail the retail clerks in the city is beini; held tonight in the S.O.K. hall to discuss important matters. Early closing is one of them. Enlisted at Lethbridge Pte. ('has. Harvey Duncan, of tho p iirtlllery. taken on Mrotigth at l.eth-i bridge, is reported wounded in mailed casualty ]is;s. His nfit of kill ;il Lock Hnveii. l'ejin: ylvania. live Da IP tii ARLOWS EAT ARRET CITY EMPLOYEES LEMON JUICE TAKES OFF TAN Phone 796 1110 Sixth Avenue S. CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 9-6330 t Girls.! if Make Heachir.s lotion tanntJ ur freckled UNDERTAKING We are selling our fntiro stock at lower prices. Call anl fee us. Our HOMB MA UK ami FACTORY GOODS to sell at Ij'.c Mf. MOTOR EQUIPMENT MacKAY & MacKAY Mi", Srd Ave. S., Lethbridge Phone ISim Nover Clo Pqneozo 'Me juice of two K-nmns Into bottle containing three ounces of Orclnfrd White, shake well, and you have a quarter pint of the best freckle, sunburn and tan lotion, and ccitip!"*-ioji heautlfier, at very, very small cost. Your grocer has the lemons and any drug ston or toilet counter will ruip-ply tin a. few So tar the 'street railwaymen have rti.iiie no move for the appointment of a i umtnissiou to arbitrate their dispute with ttic city council over tho .cage I'lti.-stion. Members of the city council this ntorn'.ng stated their belief that the >tr"et railway employees will defer action until after the mass meetiui of cpy om�loye�s called to meet on Wednesday evening in the Labor temple. It is understood that, at this meeting, the w'.iole question of municipal wugts will he discussed. There is also a hint thai a union of municipal employees will be formed as has been done in so many other Canadian cities thi:-yar. At a meeting of the city council this morning the f solution dealing with tli new rates of wages in the various . ounces of Orchard White, for municipal departments, which was nts. Massage this sweetly fra- passed about two weeks ago, was res- grant lotion into the face, neck und hands each day and see ed freckles, sunoi.rn . disappear | white the \ i harmless. arms how cinded. and a new resolution passed - ...... making all wage increases date front windburn and tan Sept. l. Through an oversight tho and how clear, soft and , original motion made the citv miners' 5l;uj becomes. Yes! It is . increases date from Sept. 1'while all I other increases dated from Sept. t.1. - . .. __ _ 1 Tho "ew motion dates ail increases _ ._ ! back to Kept. 1. Inspect Stock of Wallpapers before you buy. Splendid paper from 15c a single roll up. Robertson's Book Store LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK PHONE 1265 JjTHBRlDGE TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL LABOR MEETING or THE CIVIC EMPLOYEES OF THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE WEDNESDAY NEXT, OCT. 2nd |/ AT EIGHT O'CLOCK IN "THE LABOR HALL Matter* of vital interest will be discussed and all employees f the city ihould attend. DON'T FORGET, WEDNESDAY NEXT, IN THE LABOR HALL i i |||: f i 1 t ITann rmtorml thnuatmln of- Canv "I.inn to hPHllli .ml utrfnilh liy tiumnhiiiB ikrir Idihiey or bladder t routjl.'S, Tho National Dm* t Ohtraleal Co. ol Cau.-iia, Llmittd, Toronto Try them. 50c. a box. ' y,; "The Tooth Brush That Does Not Shed" A KLENZO TOOTH BRU^H is the first aid for the preservation of your teeth anil it used with regularity will keep your mouth sanitary, thus making your general health better and your danger from infectious diseases less. K'pnzo Tooth Brushes aro mmlo of tho vory best r.iatericls obtainable, by the most skillfjl workmen in the world ami come in Mvelve different sizes. Sanitary-Ventilated Sanitary-Perforated* Solid bucks-curved, straight and penetrating bristles. 50c If thy bristles coma out we will give you your money back. m I D. Higinbothro & Co � Limited 1 1 Afj*rt�>� Planter DruflgUte* Wh�liia'.� and Retail ChemUte. Phones 1515 and 322 BUY YOUR GJRLS' BOOTS AT THE HUDSON'S BAY SHOE SALE Pte. Bernier Recovering Mrs. Thos. Bernier has received news from her husband l'te. Kernier, who has been wounded, that he Is getting hetter. and lias been admitted into Durham House, V. A. 1). hospital. Croach, Kuglami. Pat Egan Resigns Detective I'at Kgah has severed his connections with the i'rovincial Police here. lie has been employed on police work in this province and tile west for the past twenty years. lie plans to go into the Yukon where he lias seen many years' uf service. "I believe that which is used Mostin the Home should be the Best Obtainable:' Thats why most folks buy the Rpund Oak Chief fenge! Some folks think that the value of a range is determined by the price. Experience has taught us that the value is measured by the quantity and qualify of service the range actually renders in use. That's why the Round Oak Folks have built into the Chief Range every modern service and a few exclusive advantages not possessed by others. It is not enough to say it is an economical, even and perfect baker, or that it is the handsomest range, or that it uses less fuel or requires no blacking or that it will outwear any other. We are here not only to claim all these interesting facts, but to show them to you and explain why they are so. When may we have the opportunity ? CONSUMERS' HARDWARE Co tiHiimiimtiimimefflimii'"i u,,iiudii.,i.,. Sellers of Good Goods Oidy-Rightly Priced is writmg for detailed Instructions In Ibis regard. Salvation Army Harvest Festival One of the most successful liar-vest Sales and Socials was held in Die Salvation Army I'ltadel last night. A splendid crowd atlendid this function and ii short program was given in music and song. Adj. Hamilton presided for the occasion; Handmaster Tickner acted as salesman. The goods sold realized the good sum of JLol.i.m, which is a record for the corps. Hefreshmenls also brought in clor-e to fi'.eO. Adj. and .Mrs. Hamilton desire to thank all comrades for their gifts; in baskets of fruit and other goods, also the friends for their gifts. This generosity will go to cheer and help ihe soldier boys who are sacriflc. ing all comforts in this great struggle. Meeting Postponed There were no matters of any ;;reat importance brought up at tho meeting of the ministerial association lust night. The meeting proper was post poned till next Monday flight several important measures considered. ANNOUNCEMENT The Willis Piano store has just received the new Victor records for October. They include Alma tlluek's rendering of �The Last Chord," and Schumann llolnk's 'When the Hoys Come Home." two wonderful records. Best Meats YOU CAN DEPEND ON US WHEN YOU PHONE YOUR ORDER. R. Coultry Phone 492 Th� Alberta Meat Market Canada Food Board Llccnia Number 8-28693. i BUY YOUR BOYS' BOOTS AT THE HUDSON'S BAY SHOE SALE when will be I  Sawchuck Discharged | The Saui'huck wireless case that lias been adjourned on so many occa-I sions. came up yesterda> afternoon'in I the city police court. ' Kxpert evidence ] was in attendance from Calgary and ] the testimony showed that it would I he impossible for the accused to tap any messages of importance, lie was discharged. S. O. S. Notes j ! Plans are under way to present had-' j ges of honor to tho S.O.S. boys in this ! district who have not yet received; I theirs. It is necessary that each boy; I secure from the farmer with whom he j worked a certificate of service, ltlauk forms may be obtained at zone head-lipiarters, II." .-!rd Ave. S., tho office of Patterson, MeKinnou t Doll. Can isaue Permits Acting Posl master Sargent fms ro-iccived instructions to issue permits to fVive Canada owing to the removal of the immigration agent here. However, tho order is uoi specific and lie ; does not know whether the instruc-i lions permit him to sign the applica-| lion in place of the immigration 'n-; spector. or wheiher he merely Rlgns. tlie application as postmaster, the ' final signature to be added to the ap-j plication by the Immigration inspec-I tor at tin; port of entry. Mr. Sargent. YOU'RE SAFE AT THE SANITARY SHOP West brook Bros, Opposite Bank of Montreal BORN Hl.'rJKOl'Cili.s-To .Mr. amUMra. ... llm-roughs at the Van Haarlem hospital, on sept. -9th, u daughter. 247-1 If. Divorce Flourishes With Lap Dogs Divorce, like diamonds, neurasthenia and appendicitis, does not. flourish in tenumoiit dls-Iriels. because It is too expensive, if does thrive like a green bay tree in elevator apartments with three and four baths and maids leashed lu lap dogs. See social conditions today at the Theatre, where the WilllHin Fox photodrama, "The lilindesa of Divorce," is playing tonight for tho last time.-Adtt WINNIFRED HOTEL AUCTION SALE ... (AT WINNIFRED) AT 10.00 A.M. THURSDAY, OCT. 3rd The contents of the above hotel will bo sold by public auction, as above, by FRANK WADDINGTON Tho furnishings include: 27 good oak dressers; 127 beds; '11 genuine cotton felt muttrosseir, il all metal springs; ur> pairs woolen blankets; :ii) comforters; 20 pairs extra feather pillows; "15 lied uploads; large (inutility lied and table linens; '1 exceptionally .good POOL TABLES, by lirunswlck-Ballcu Co., with cues and all accessories; NATIONAL CASH REGI8TER; LARGE OFFICE 8AFE, by Dlebold Co.; i� largo dining tables; 1 large mission oak- buffet; 21 mission Auk'dining chairs; 20 oak lounge chairs; LARGE HOTEL RANGE; wanitary lounge; davenport; large rockers; 3'/2 h.p. GAS ENGINE AND PUMP; hotel dishes; glasswnro, etc.; alBo complete lighting system und 1 MAHOGANY BAR FIXTURE. GOODS WILL BE SOLD IN LOTS TO SUIT PRIVATE BUYERS AND DEALERS. TERMS CASH AUCTIONEER'S PHONES, 770-469, Lethbrldg* � -:-:- .......-n The Twentieth Century Book Store -IS FULL OF NOVELTIES- BF.8IDE8 MODERN FICTION, REPRINTS, POETS, OXFORD BIBLES AND METHODIST, ENGLISH CHURCH HYMN BOOKS f WE HAVE DOLLS, LEATHER, IVORY, EBONY GOODS, WRITING MATERIAL IN GREAT VARIETY. 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 Watch the Kiddies Grow.on Quaker Bread Thf*r*ie�s*#>.__I a I__i ...:m . ..... ..... There is no food that will sgree with the kiddies of all ages like good nreaa. They do not live by bread alone, but plenty of good bread and butter ..iAam.8J 1 ue the mai,is'ay of ail youngatera meals, Quaker bread io without doubt the beat bread you can serve on your table. Try It Madam and ��e the youiHjsters scrap for the crusts, Truat the kiddies, they know a good thing when they see and taste It, Better phone 378. today and juat aee how good it is. - John Gilmore, Limited, Bakers. CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 5-67t� �XT Office Eqlfpment and Stationery Stenographer's Note Books .........................S9JS per 100 Typewriter Carbon ........................ &2.00 to S3.60 pip box Typewriter Ribbons .......................... 75c and $1.00 each Second Sheets ........ ......^......... $1,25 and S1.50 ,ier 1,000 EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE , EVERALL & FRANKS Strtnot Blcck Cor, 4th Ave. and 5th 8t. 1060 ;