Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
/ NOPtDHEIMER PIANOS RDISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everythlno Musical" 81S 6th Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th Street 8. N Phone 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Reason-> able Prleet. Experimental Farm Lamb, Ducks, Geese and Turkeys Fresh Oysters for Sale Today DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel phone 452 Canada Food Board License Number 9-2664 ARE YOU SATISFIED THAT YOU ARE GETTING VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY? if !N DOUBT. IT MIGHT PAY YOU TO CALL AN D GET OUR PRICES WHEN IN THE CITY. OUR OCTOBER CATALOGUES ARE NOW READY NEW COLUMBIA RECORDS Fcr Octobar JUST TO HAND. COME IN AND LOOK THEM OVER. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL Store PHONE 1437 Crab Apples, per case ...................... 2.75 1 No. 1 Mcintosh Red Apples, wrapped,-case. . 3.50 Green Tomatoes, per case ................ 1.25 j Lug Boxes, each .........................'. 2.55 WE EXPECT OUR FIRST SHIPMENT OF FRESH OYSTERS TO: ARRIVE ON THURSDAY. 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 food board license number 8-599' Phone 525 TRY 10 CONSERVE HARD COAL STORES Ottawa. Oct. 3.-Measures to conserve hard coal supplies are being �urged 011 the different provincial fuel administrators. The likelihood is suggested here of steps to prohibit the �use of hard coal till more severe weather sets in. This, however, it is pointed out. is a matter for the provincial administrators to v determine according to local conditions. Soft coal, it is urged, should be used to a much greater extent than is the case at present. PROFESSOR DIES JUedfoid, Mass.. Qct. X-Prof. Willis hi Leslie Hooper! for 35 years a member of the Tuft's College faculty nn.-I acting president of the institution in 1SV2 and 1913. died at his home 3iere today. Prof. Hooper was born in Halifax. Just Arrived HARRIS DANDRUFF CURE 'Nuff said to those who know. If you haven't used it start . now and reap the benefit of others' satisfactory experience. It is non-greasy, non-oily, does not corrode metals and will not stiin: Guaranteed a cure for dandruff. " Price $1.00 per bottle The Frank Hedley Drug Co, ARE PRISONERS London. Oct. 3.-The following Canadians are reported prisoners: Lieut. L. C. Gilmour. Lieut. D. Cun-nington. Corp. C. -Molnnes. Corp. O. reterseu. L'orp. A. E. Machin. J. Du-orwven. P. D. Benest. rf. IT Hayncs. �1. W. Greatorex. R. J. Dale. G. Dun-dan. S. S. Vauon. A. Kinuwo. K. J. Jones. H. T. Roper. R. B. Hepburn. C. Partridge. R. J. Friel. W. Russell. K-A. White. T. Wellham. D. St. Louis. J. C. Ryan. P. G. Robinson. A. Levinsou. J. Condie. J. P. Dufriene. P. P. Brown. G. M. Brown. S. C. Birtliman. H. Ash-ton, W. Hayes, V. E. Callaghuu. R. Tuccer. Escaped: S. P. Hetninsley. C. H. Loched, W. Sharman. Winnipeg:. Oct. R.-The market was dull and -featureless. - Oats closed Vsc higher for October anil Vic lower for December. Barley closed lc lower for October awf Ic lower for December. Flax closed lc higher for October: 2$ic lower for November aud 4V[>c lower for December. Winnipeg Market Oats- Oct. . . . Dec ... Barley Oct. ... Dec' .. . Flax- Oct. ... Xov. . .. Dec . . . 20 KILLED IN BIG CL Cleveland, 'Ohio, Oct. 0.-Twenty-six munition workers were instantly killed and IS to 20 injured, four probably fatally at 7 o'clock this morning when a Pennsylvania passenger train from Akron to Cleveland crashed into a crowd of foundrymen alighting from a local train at Bedford, a suburb 10 miles from here. The local train from Cleveland was carrying 600 men to work. Pennsylvania Railroad company officials say that the workmen alighted from the local train before it stopped and in a heavy fog stepped over on the northbound truck, where the passenger train struck them. Open Close . ...... S2% S3�4 ....... 78'� 79 Vs , ...... 103% . 104 Vi . ... ... 105 106 . ...... .175 379 . ..'. ... 364 362 U .......**35SV4 \ 356U Cash Prices Oats- N'o. 2 C.W...S4H Xo. 3 C.W. Extra 1 Feed ................ N'o. 1 Feed ..7S;� XoT"2 Feed Barlev- N'o. 2 CW.lf.4Vi No. 4 C.W.. Rejected aud Feed ........... Flax-No. 1 N'.W.C........v......... Calgary Cattle Calgary. Oct. 3.-The yards are still full of cattle and over 20 cars still to unload. Prices Ve a little slacker than yesterday. Top beef only going to ?12.25. while cows and heifers for top quality are bringing ?7.50 to $S.25: stockers are a very slow sale at ?7.50 to $S.50; and there are* few good feeders for sale. About 300 hogs, for which 19.50 is bid. but uo sales. .so-.? .sot* 891 " . 3S� Hot Water Bottles There are so many uses for such a household necessity that no one should deny themselves of their usefulness. Ours are sold with an absolute guarantee as to quality. The seams- are reinforced and each Hot Water Bottle is of full capacity. Let us show you our complete line of rubber goods. We feel sure it will appeal to you. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Successors to Jackson & Co. Telephones 555 and 1232 Sherlock Building ANNOUNCEMENT A Red Cross dance and card party will be held in the'Coaldale hall on Friday evening, October 4th. Needs orchestra in attendance. 249-2 The Lethbridge Aquatic association boat house will be closed for the season on Saturday next, the oth of October, 1318. " 249-2 CITY AND DISTRICT Waekly Luncheon The board' of trade held its regular weekly luncheon today. Bank Clearings The hank clearings this week total $859,070; same week last year they were $1,I9S,790. Police Court Jas. Malaiko, an Austrian who was arrested by the police, driving an automobile while in an intoxicated condition, was fined $20 and costs in the city police court this morning. Knox Choir Notice Members of Knox choir will please I note that on account of preparatory services being held on Friday, choir practice will be held on Thursday at S p.m. Oddfellows, Notioe Lethbridge Encampment N'o. 7 I.O. O.F. will confer the Royal Purple degree at the regular meeting tonight, in the I.O.O.F. "Rail. All members requested to attend. Visiting members cordially invited. TWO Xew and bound today other Bronx jured taken KILLED IN SUBWAY WRECK York. Oct. 3.-The motorman one passenger of a downtown subway train were killed early when it ran into the rear,of an-train near Jackson avenue, the Firemen rescued about 30 in-passengers. IS of whom were to hospitals. NOW IN TRANSIT Car of Gluten Feed Finest for^ Dairy Cattle F. O. HYDE & CO. Cor. 2nd Ave. and 12th St. A*, |Phone 1240__Lethbridgel M AR LOW'S EAT ARKET Phone 796 1110 Sixth Avenue S. CANADA FOOD BOARD LJCENSE NUMBER 9-6330 SATURDAY SPECIAL Regular 20c a single roll Wall Papers for 15c. .Borders to match all papers. Robertson's Book Store LETHBRIDGE HOTEL 3ldg. PHONE 1265 V._ / a A dance will be. held in Burgmann's ( hall. 13th Street North, every Satur- j day night. Two-piece orchestra in at- \ tendance. R. Burgmann in charge, i Gents 75 cents; ladies free with ex- ! ception of the wax tax. 249-1 Cabinet Ministers May Come Hon. F. B. Carvel! and Hon. Jas. A. Caltlcr may each spend a day in Lethbridge while touring the west. Sir Thos. White was invited to visit this city, but replied that he could not do so on this trip, as ho had to make a hurried trip. High School Field Day The high school will hold its field day sports at the Fair Grounds on Friday. Oct. 4tU at 2-p.m. 'fwo special cars will leave the corner of 6th Ave. and Stli Street at 1.33. Student* are requested to be at this point on time. All parents and all those interested in the physical welfare of the students are requested...to come and help the staff to make this event a success. JEWS TO CELEBRATE T will deliver AN ADDRESS \ -�-- Montreal. Oct. 3.-In a cable from Jerusalem to Clarence I. De Sola, president of the Federation of Zionist ' Societies of Canada, the Palestine commission formed of leaders in the Zionist movement for the restoration of the Jewish state in Jerusalem, urges 'the celehration of the recent great British victories over the Turks. | It suggests Nov 2 he the day chosen for the- celebration by the British government, that the Jewish people have the inviolable right to a national home in Palestine, a view supported by the governments of France, Italy and the United States. ON a "THE WAR AND CANADA'S PART IN IT" At Knox Church Sat. Evening AT EIGHT O'CLOCK Mr. Rowell was one of Canada's representatives at the Imperial Conference and visited the war front. | UNDERTAKING We are selling our entire stock at lower prices. Call and see us. Our HOME MADE and FACTORY GOODS to sell at 15% off. % MOTOR EQUIPMENT MacKAY & MacKAY 803 3rd Ave. S., Lethbridge Phone 1802 N'over Closed BUILDING OF DAM L Ottawa, Oct. 3.-Evidence called by counsel for the- Dominion government opened at this morning's' sitting of the international joint commission. The application of the New York and Ontavio Power company for permission to build a dam at Waddiugton. on the St. Lawrence, was again before the committee. ... W. J. Siewort. was then called. He said the effect of the diversion of 30.-; 000 cubic feet of water a second from jthe main channel, would be a lowering: in level at Lock 24 of 1.53 feet. Lock 24 is the head of Morrissburg canal. Correspondence Cards for Short Notes Few people use a sheet of paper in writing short notes nowadays-the correspondence card is the popular way. More popular still is the correspondence card .with your initial in the upper left corner. We have a fine correspondence card, neatly initialled in gold-a good snappy stock which is proving very 'popular which we have marked, at an'attractive price. 50 per C box 24 cards and 24 envelopes J. D. Higinboiiiara & Co - Limited �� � "AtUertfc'i Plane*)* Druggl*t�* Wholesale and Rataii Chemleta, Phones 1515 and 322 Personal Mention G. R. Marnoch is out of the city on Victory Loan business. R. T. Brymner, vice-president of the Board of-Trade, who has been,out of the city, has returned. J. L. Peacock and wife of Medicine Hat are in the city. R. J. Hutchings of the Great West Saddlery is in the city visiting the local branch. H. P. O. Savory, the Calgary barrister, is in the city. Red Cross Contributions The hon. treasurer of the Red Cross acknowledges with thanks tJie following donations: For Prisoners of War Fund. Miss Mary Dunlop, prize money gained at Lethbridge stampede, ?3; Freda Hagell, prize money gained at stampede, $3. For France's Day: New Dayton Ladies' Aid, per 'Mrs. W. J. Reeve, $6.34; commissions earned in Victory Loan campaign: D. A. Simpson $4.75. J. H. Fleetwood 514.75, A. L. Johnston |9.2D, F. 11. Judd $28^0. After The Prize Medicine Hat News.-E. J. Gilleft, who farms three miles south of WliiUu, is out after the $500 C.P.R. cup offered for the best half bushel of hard, spring wheat at the Industrial Soil Products Exposition at Kansas City on October 16-2Gth. Mr. Gillett brought in his exhibit to Inspector J. IH. Goddard this morning and he i grades it as Manitoba No. 1 hard. It j is a beautiful sample of Marquis whoat and if it wins the prize over Seager Wheeler will prove a great, tea j ther in the cap of the dry farmers of the district, as illustrating what can be accomplished by following approved methods. YOU'RE SAFE AT THE SANITARY SHOP Westbrook Bros, Opposite Bank of Montreal BUY YOUR BOYS' BOOTS AT THE HUDSON'S B,AY SHOE SALE Will Winter Herd of Sheep Edmonton Bulletin: D. M. Powel-son, of Raymond, is one of the ranchers who responded to the Invitation of the government to bring his shoe]) north to pasture this summer, when the drouth Rifted off tlie grass on the southern ranges. He put 320 sheep into the Beaver Hill country on some C.P.R, land about the middle of August, and has decided to winter the whole hunch in the north. Ho i.s planning to buy a ranch here before another year, probably down on the Battle river iu the Vermillion country. YOU WILL LIKE QUAKER BREAD We use a mixture of substitutes Tn* Quaker Bread, Barley flour give* flavor, Corn flour helps the color, o-at flour and oatmeat keeps the loaf moist. ' Quaker Bread is mighty good bread and you ate helping to save wheat when you serve Quaker bread on your table. John Gilmore, Limited, Bakers.) CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 6-879 WE HAVE ON HAND Bought at 75c on the Dollar. See These if . You Want a Genuine Bargain CONSUMERS' HARDWARE Co. 120 FIFTH STREET SOUTH TELEPHONE 1212 IN MEMORIAM Tn loving memory of our dear son, John Linning, who died Oct. 3rd, 191G, through an" accident on the elevator at the Alexandra Hotel. So he has gone; ah, now come crowd-'ing fust The little' things: his smile, his frowns, his fun. And as his very self comes back to view. We find we loved him better than we knew. Some may sny that 1 forget him. When they sometimes see me smile. But they little know the sorrow That the smile hides nil the while; Sleep on. dear John Linning, and take thy' rest; Tliey miss you most who love you best. -Inserted by' his father, mother, sisters and brothers.-Mr. and Mrs. Linning, 143(1 7th Avenue N. 249-1 TURKEYS, FOWLS & CHICKENS R. COULTRY Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market Canada- Food Board License Number 8-28693. y--;-�--- GREAT WAR VETERANS' ASSOCIATION SACRED CONCERT IN THE MAJESTIC THEATRE, LETHBRIDGE / Sunday/ Oct. 6th ........... AT 9.00 p.m. Silver Collection in Aid of G.W.V.A. Fund V_,_._._ / WE PAY CASH FOft USED AUTO CASINGS AND TUBES USED AUTOMOBILES ' ANY MAKE AND CONDITION ALSO ENGINES AND TRACTORS LIST YOUR CAR WITH US for sale USED TIRES EXCHANGED FOR NEW LETHBRIDGE AUTO WRECKING COMPANY FOURTH AVENUE (NEXT DODGE GARAGE) The Twentieth Century Book Store -IS FULL OF NOVELTIES- besides modern fiction, reprints, poets, oxford bibles and methodist, english church hymn BOOKS ; we have x dolls, Leather,..ivory, ebony goods, writing material in great variety. 514 fourth avenue PHONE 613 Office Equipment and Stationery Stenoarapher's Note Books----,....................$9.85 per 100 Typewriter Carbon ........................ $2.00 to $3,60 per box Typewriter Ribbons .......................... 75c and $1.00 each Second Sheets ......................... $1,25 and $1.50 per 1,000 EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE EVER ALL & FRANKS Slnnot Block Cor. 4th Ave. and 5th St.