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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta KODPHEIMER PIANOS KDISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Musical" 315 Gth Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD 1 GEORGE MORGAN -HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th Street S. Phone 1483 Prompt and Reliable Werk Done at Raaion-able Prioei. Experimental Farm Lamb, Ducks, Geese and Turkeys Fresh Oysters for Sale Today DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dalks Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food Board License Number 9-266'V ARE YOU SATISFIED THAT YOU ARE GETTING VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY? IF IN DOUBT, IT MIGtfT PAY YOU TO CALL AND GET- OUR PRICES WHEN IN THE CITY. v OUR OCTOBER CATALOGUES ARE NOW READY NEW COLUMBIA RECORDS For October JUST TO HAND. COME IN AND LOOK THEM OVER. THE KENNY & ALLIN Cpv Ltd. Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 Crab Apples, per case ...................... 2.75 | No. 1 Mcintosh Red Apples, wrapped, case.. 3.50 Green Tomatoes, per ease ................ 1.25 ( Lug Boxes, each ..............;s........... 2.55 WE EXPECT ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF ONTARIO GRAPES to' ARRIVE WEDNESDAY. .IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE NEW RULING, REGARDING THE FACTORY ACT, THIS STORE WILL BE OPEN FOR BUSINESS EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK TILL SIX o'CLOCK, WITH the EXCEPTION OF SATURDAYS, WHEN THE HOUR FOR CLOSING WILL BE 9.00 P..M. SHARP . THE GOOD CO. LIMITED High-Class Cash Grocers canada fooo board license number 8-599 Phone 525 OPENED M MHOS' R The new miners' library was packed to capacity last night on the occasion of its official opening by Mayor Ha.rdie assisted by Commissioners Freeman and Meeeh. His Worship i:ompl!ruonted the committee most heartily for the excellent work that had been done in the matter and said that the only get a thorough education was to read. read, and then read some more. - Commissioner Freeman, following echoed the good wishes of the mayor and wished the committee all success in the future.' "C6ni-missioner Meech also seid a ft �words, suitable to the occasion. The  now in transit Car of Gluten Feed ..Finest for Dairy Cattle ..., . F. o. HYDE & CO. "Cor. 2nd Ave. and 12th St. A |Phone 1240 Lethbriddel M ARLOW'S EAT ARKET association's solicitor, H. Ostlnnd was then called upon and outlined at some length his connection with the men engaged in mining work in this district. The chief speaker of the evening was Mr. John Yaselenak. Mr. Vasel-enak's remarks were concise and to the point. He pointed out that the people on the north side were ahead of the south siders in respect to a public library. H is at this time he said more necessary than ever to keep in touch with the world's progress and the" only way so to do is by reading. Concluding the speaker made a strong appeal 10 the people to support the forthcoming Victory Loan with all their might and main. A pleasing musical programme followed, details of which appear below. Miss Glan-ville's orchestra furnished the orchestral numbers throughout the evening. Programme. Address-Mr. John Yaselenak. Selection-Orchestra. vSong-H. G. Kilner. Stories by Mr. Stephenson. Song-Mrs. J. R. Kennedy-Piano Solo-Miss Vera GlanviUe. Song-Miss Vaselenak. Song-'Miss Rosbaski. Song-Miss Clavrson. Selection-Orchestra. Dancing. MARKETS Winnipeg. Oct. 1.-The" market was dull and featureless today. Oats closed \$c lower for October and %c lower for December. Barley closed lV-ic lower for October and low*er for December. Flax closed 3c hither for October, lc higher for November and IK'C higher for December. Winnipeg Market uats- ' ' ''� Opeu Close Oct...... .....7 S3!*. ...... 7Stfc 78% Barley- 107 Vi Dec...... ...... 10S?i 10S Flax-  Oct...... ...... 379 Nov....... ...... 367 '370% Dec. .... ....... ;x photodrama, "Tho Blfndoss of Divorce," is playing tonight for the last time.-Advt "I believe that which is used Most hi tbeHome should be the Best Obtainable:* Thats why most folks buy the Bound Ode Chief Range! 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 quality 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 slxoxo them to you and explain why they are so. When may we have the opportunity? CONSUMERS' HARDWARE Co inijniiiKiiiiinimiiiiimiiiinii.t......iiimimm'i!:iTi�1muuiimuiu-..iiiii'umiruii> ,mm