Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
NtnOHEIMER "PIANO* RDISON PHONOGRAPHS assiniboia music co.. ltd. "Everything Musical" S15 8th Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD 1 J GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th Street 8. v". Phone 1483- Prompt and Reliable Work bono �t Reason, able Prtcea. Experimental Farm No. 1 Pork,JBeef & Mutton Turkeys, Geese, Ducks, Chickens DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food Board License Number 9-26CK ,' NEW COLUMBIA RECORDS Fcr October JUST TO HAND. COME IN AND LOOK THEM OVER. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT ^ieH&&*#, Store phone DALLAS HOTEL 1487 WHEN YOU CONSERVE YOU SERVE; BUT WHEN YOU BUY, BUY WISELY- 3.35 APPLES ARE NOW ARRIVING IN SPLENDID CONDITION AND WE HAVE THE FOLLOWING AT: KING'S. Wrapped, excellent stock o q/\ | No. 1 MclNTOSH REDS, per case..............................�m�5FV | per case No. 1 MclNTOSH REDS, in lug "boxes.......�................. CONCORD GRAPES TO ARRIVE IN LARGE QUANTITIES THIS WEEK. 2.30 THE GOOD CO. LIMITED Hish-CIass Cash Grocers CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 8-599 Phone 525 Winnipeg. Oct. -There were in- 91 Gbts Meek in tbe Cfts Churches Knox-.Monday evening at S. C.G.I. T. will meet in school room: Tuesday evening at S. regular monthly meeting of the board of managers will bp liel-.l in the vestry; Tuesday evening it S. annual offering meeting of the V.'.M.S. will be held in the school i.roni: Wednesday evening at S. union j.reyer meeting this week in Christian church; Friday evening at S. the 'teen 1 Notice To The Public We. the undersigned, are in possession of the Orpheum Theatre, Lethbridge, by virtue of a lease given Len S. Brown by The Excelsior Life Insurance Company, of Winnipeg. The work of re-decorating, renovating and re-modelling has commenced, and it is our intention to make the property the most comfortable and select photoplay theatre in Southern Alberta. The Theatre will be re-named "THE COLONIAL" -and the opening date will be announced within the course of the next few days. (Signed) LEN S. BROWN. HARRY t. HUDSON. age boys are asketl to meet in the school room: Friday evening at S. choir practice. ; United-.Monday at S at the "Y". a j meeting of the Social Service league; 1 Tuesday ;u 2.30, a meeting of the j executive of the W.'M.S. in the church i hall; Wednesday, union player service : at the Christian church: Thursday at i 2.30. the regular monthly meeting the Ladies' Aid in the church hall; Friday -at S. a dramatic art contest i will be held in the church, hall by , Mrs. Pawson's pupils, at which a silver loving^ cup will be .awarded *the winner. St. Cyprian's-Monday at 7. Boy Scouts' meeting in parish room; Tuesday evening at S. intercession service; teachers' meeting at the close of intercession service: Thursday after-i noon at 3. Women's Auxiliary meet-j ing in parish -room; Friday evening at j 7. Girls' Guide; Friday evening at S, i choir practice. j St. Mary's-Tuesday at S.30. com-j tuittee meeting of the Parochial Association; Wednesday at 7.15,' Boy Scouts; Wednesday at S.30, Parochial association; Thursday 7.45. G. A.; Fri-j day at 4.15, J.W.A.: at S. intercession service: S.30 choir practice. The Harvest Thanksgiving services will be j held next Sunday, the preacher being i Rev. S. C. Gray, rector at JIacleod. i ' ! Christian-Board meeting has been i postponed until Wednesday evening I after prayer meeting on account of a I conflict. Union prayer meeting at the Christian church, Rev. Jaeknian speaker, Wednesday at S o'clock. Choir practice on Thursday evening in the church. L. D. s.-Tomorrow at 2.30-Geue- ology lesion at L.D.S. church. Christian Science-Wednesday at S regular weekly testimony meeting. creased offerings of oats and barley, but the market was slow and featureless. Oats closed 2Vic lower for October and 2%c lower for December. Barley closed bMc lower for October and 6%ic lower for December. Flax closed 7%c lower for October; ,6 lower for November lower for December Winnipeg Markets and oE j Oct Oats- Dec. . .. Barlev-Oct. ... Dec. ... Flax- Oct. ... Nov. . .. Dec. . .. Open S2 7SVs Cash ... 103 ... 105 ... 3SS 355 . .. 345 Prices Close SI 99 U 362 352 344^ W Si's 1-Feed j Oats-I No. 2 C. Extra No. x Barley- . No. 3 C. W. 99 Rejected.... 90 Flax-No. 1 N. W. C. .. No. 3 C. W. No. 4 C. W. 94 Feed......90 ..............ylu Harry Lauder "Vocalets* CARDS of THANKS M AR LOW'S EAT ARKET Allow me a space in the Herald to j thank Commissioner Meeeh. ar.d also i .Mr. Davidson, principal of Central j school, for their kindness in giving me |j a lot of earth to bank my house to j keep it warm^n winter. I hereby send jthem my thanks, "and also feel they i take an interest in, me as a soldier's i wife. Yours respectfully. Mrs. T. J. : Archbold, 1253 7th Avenue South. Mr. Charles John Jones wishes to M thank the friends Tor their, many kiud-! nesses during his recent sad bereave-I ment. and also for the beautiful floral I tributes. - 252-1 1 Fall Protection For Your Complexion Autumn complexions are apt to' take on the hue of autumn unless they are properly protected with NYAL'S FACE CREAM This is a dainty preparation which keeps the skin from drying, chapping and roughening, even in the most trying weather. Keep a jar of it on hand and guari your complexion against the attacks of changing weather. Price, 35c the jar THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Successors to Jackson & Co. Telephones 555 and 1232 Sherlock Building CITY AND DISTRICT Scout Notice I The Wesley J3oy Scouts will meet at 7.30 sharp this evening. a Clean Slate A clean slate greeted Magistrate Irwin at the city police court this morning. Is Incorporated The Miami Farming Co., New Dayton, has been incorporated with a capital of $300,000. Kitchen ware in Tin, Enamel and Aluminum at very reasonable Prices All the better grades of Kitchen Ware now Mere to help the careful housewife with her cooking duties. Pots, pans, kettles, cups, double-,boilers, and other staple and now devises in tin, enamel and aluminum at the Jow prices ,ive quote will be appreciated by those who are in need of such wares. We hate n full line from which you can choose-each article or tho/hTghest quality and guaranteed for long wear. ''For a short time only we are offering a special discount Of 10% to cash buyers on Ranges* Stoves and Heaters, both eoal and gas, Do not postpone if you are Interested. CONSUMERS' HARDWARE Co. 120 FIFTH STREET SOUTH PHONE 1212 A. o. F. Meeting Court Star. A.O.F.. will hold their regular monthly meeting in the Oddfellows' hall tonight at 8 o'clock. j Dayton; game guardians. H. J. Collier, j Enchant, H. V. Laird, Taber, D. E. , I Lawrence, Diamond City, Geo. Marks, Champion; brand reader. Edward Gos-selin, Winmfred. The retirement of .1. H. Schpfleld, Pincher Creek, as a I justice of the peace, is announced. ANNOUNCEMENT Clerks Meet Tonight I All retail clerks of the city are re-' quested to attend a mass meeting in . the S. O. E. hall tonight. A social will follow the meeting. j g.w.v.a. Executive to Meet The executive committee of Great War Veterans' association meet in the secretary's office evening at S o'clock. the will this Calgary Cattle Calgary, Oct. 7.-Trading on the cattle market today was very slow, buyers'not, being at all keen. About 300 head were on sale and a few stocUers were, sold at Saturday's figures. Dealers quote $19.50 for hogs, selected, weighed off cars. THE CASUALTY LIST Southern Alberta Men Amongst Those in the List of Wobhded Musical Festival Committee A meeting of the local committee of the Musical Festival will be held Wednesday at S p.m. in Wesley choir room. Important business. Rotarians to Saskatoon President Wilkie, Vice-President Baalim and Secretary Fred Spooner o� the Rotary Club are now on their way to Saskatoon to attend a conference of the presidents and secretaries of the west there this week. DINNA CHEW IT! SOOK IT! The Little Fellow That keeps Phone 796 1110 Sixth Avenue S. CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 3-6330 V I The Great War Veterans' associa-I tion beg to tender their thanks to Mr. j Leo M. Coombs. 'Mr. Len S. Brown, j Mr. George .T. Harper and all those j performers who so kindly gave their services at the concert last night. UNDERTAKING We are selling our entire stock at lower prices. Call and Bee us. Our HOME MADE and FACTORY GOODS- to sell at 15% off. motor EQUIPMENT MacKAY & MacKAY 803 3rd Ave. S., Lethbridge Phone 1802 Nover Closed The. Great War Veterans' association beg*to tender their thanks to the I Majestic theatre, per Mr. Len S. I Brown, for donation of $25 to the G. ". V. A. fund. NOW IN 8TOCK GLUTEN-FEED 100 LB. SACKS GREATEST MILK PRODUCER F. 0. HYDE & CO. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE TAIL CLERKS My Voice and Throat Good and Well! 25c a box von song ".Mary o' Grannie made the sweeties first, she showed my Wither how; and believeime my brith-ers and I never hafl sair throats. If you speak or sing Your voice will ring By using Lauder's "Vocalets" Mr. Lauder says. Do ye ken Argyle" "T'was thy voice my gentle Mary" Ahd Annie Laurie "Her voice was low and sweet" Lasses-"Vocalets" make tbe voice. Harry says: 1 smoke a' day But gae me a "Vocalet" And I'll sing a' nicht. -Harry Lander D. Higiiibolham&Co "- Limited PLEASE ATTEND Tktf AfjerU's Planesr OrugilsU* Wholesale �rd Retail ChamlsU. Phones 1515 and 322 Ottawa, Oct. 7.-The following western men and officers were included in today's casualty list: Infantry Killed in Action-Lieut. A. C. Cron-in, England; Lieut. II. B. England; Lieut. M.'A. Neelon, Toronto; Lieut. C. K. O'Donoghue, Canso, N.S.; Lieut. G. S. Moore, Didsbury, Alta.: Lieut. A. .T. Robins, England; Lieut. E. G. Shepherd, Montreal; Lieut. W. W. Sharroan. Winnipeg; Lt. T. L. McLatchy, Regina; Lieut. J.; N. Lee, Scotland; Lieut. A. M. Brighton, Scotland; y Lieut. A. Shore, Long Branch, Ont.; Lieut. A. T. Gregg, Port Elgin, Ont.; Lieut. W. T. Hall; Toronto; Lieut. W. Henry, Toronto; Lieut. R. W. Eaton, Victoria; Lieut. W. J. Donald, Montreal. Died of AVounds-W. J. Hurley, Trail, B.C.; Lieut.-Col. C. 1. Stuart, Halifax. � Missing-Lieut. \V\ T. Ramsay, Blad. worth, Sask. Prisoner of War-Lieut. C. L. Gil-mour, Moose Jaw; Lieut. C. R. Hall, Sweetsburg, Que. Wounded-R. Lane, CoaUiurst. Alberta; W. E. Green. Brant. AHu.: L. IT. Beal, Fernie, B.C.: J. W. Horner, Macleod, Alta. Artillery Killed in Action-Lieut. 13. R. Lep-per, Toronto. Died of Wounds-Lieut. G V. Mela- | erny, Rexton, N.B. : Cavalry . Killed in Action-Capt. W. D. King, England. ] Mounted Rifles - Died of Wounds-Lieut. M. MacRae Scotland. Kenex Infant Dies There died on October 4tb at Kenex. Alberta Ethel _May Mcintosh, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. Mclr-tosh. The funeral took place on Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock from the White Lake church. MacKay & Mac-Kay were in charge of the funeral arrangements. The Daughters aucl Mittd^ of Eng-lantTwill hold a whist drive a^ul dance in the S. O. E. hall on Wednesday, October !�Ui, commencing at 8.15 p.m. Needs' orchestra in attendance. 252-2 Big dance, Monday, October 14th, in Raymond opera house; good music; four piece orchestra; three pumpkin pies served to all. 252-U Don't forget the big. dance at Burg-man's hall, Wednesday, October 9th; dancing from 9 to 1; four piece orchestra; admission; gents 75c and ladies 'free. / 252-3 BIRTHS EDNIE-To Mr. and Mrs. A. H, Ednie, 281 7th Avenue South, on Sunday October 6th, at Van Haarlem's hospital, a daughter. 252-X ! il Death from Scarlet Fever There died in the city of scarlet fever on Oct. 6th, Donavon Charles Jecks, aged 10 years, beloved son of Mr., and Mrs. H. E. Jecks. Thc fun-Preston, J eral 'ook place from the residence, 314 15th Street North", yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Interment was. made in St. Augustin's cemetery. Rev. C. E. Snow officiating. Funeral arrangements were in charge of T. S. Fetterly. , "Y" Physical Classes The physical work at the "Y" is progressing very favorabV according to Secretary Bickell. The" junior classes are filling up very rapidly; there are already two big junior classes and two big special junior classes, the average size of a class running from 30 to 40 boys. A large number of boys are being taught to swim also. Men deBiring to take in the senior classes are asked to enroll as soon as possible. For Constipation Carte's Littles ^ Li^er Pills will set yoix Tight over iijsght. Purely Vegetable Small Pill, Small Dose, Small Price Carter's Iron Pills Will restore color to the faces of those who lack Iron7in the olood, u most pale-fmced people do. TURKEYS, FOWLS & CHICKENS R. C0ULTRY Phone 492 The Albert* Meat Market Canada Food,, Board License Number 8-28691 Government Appointments Recent provincial government appointments include the following: Justice of the Peace, Frank S.' Head, Manyberries; commissioners for oaths D. 'H. Quigley and Alex Primrose, Lethbridge. J. T. Peat, New Dayton; sheriff's bailiff, H. E. Mechen, New After Ipng in the grave for two years at Caledonia the body of Jane Shirra was exhumed by order of Dr. E. T. Snider, of Cayuga, coroner, who has ordered an inquest. This Shop is Known for Good Work and Cleanliness* Westbrook Bros, Opposite Bank of Montreal NOTICE Ford Garage 3rd Ave. S. "** Phone 633 1 Chevrolet Touring Car, first class condition, new tires. 1 Ford Truck, in a1 running order. The above cars are for sale cheap, so act quick and get a bargain. 252-0 WE PAY CASH FOR USED AUTO CASINGS AND TUBES USED AUTOMOBILES ANY MAKE AND CONDITION ' ' ALS0 ENGINES AND TRACTORS LIST YOUR CAR WITH US . ( FOR- SALE y USED TIRES EXCHANGED FOR HEW LETHBRIDGE AUTO WRECKING COMPANY FOURTH AVENUE TONIGHT MONDAY, OCTOBER 7th, IN S.O.E. HALL SOCIAL FOLLOWING MEETING A Mighty G6od Loaf-QUAKER BREAD Quaker Bread is very little darker with the substitutes. Skillful blending 'pf the flour and substltutec and careful attention whjle the dough Is rising * combined with proper baking helps the color wonderfully. Doughs with substitutes In. them require to be kept cooler and worked off quicker and what Is mosf^ Important of al! they require very thorough baking. You should be using Quaker Bread Madaij|iV / J1 r>'\ � f J D 1 r" CANADA FOOD BOARD onn v^siimore, Lamitea, oakers. / LICENSE NUMBER 6-879 . - - ' The Twentieth Century Book Store -IS FULL OF NOVELTIES- RESIDES MODERN FICTION, REPRINTS, POETS, OXFORD BIBLES AND METHODIST, ENGLISH CHURCH-HYMN BOOKS WE HAVE DOLLS, LEATHER, IVORY, EBONY GOODS, WRITING MATERIAL IN GREAT VARIETY, � ' 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 Office Equipment and Stationery Stenographer's Note Books ......................... S9-S5 per 100 Typewriter Carbon ........................ $2.00 to $3.50 per box Typewriter Ribbons .......................... 76e and $1.00 each Second 8heets......................... $1.25 and $1.50 ;>er 1,000 EVERYTHING for THE OFFICE EVERALL & FRANKS Sinnot Hock Cor. 4th Ave. and 6th St.