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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHnniDOE DAILY HEHALD FRIDAY. SEPTEMBKR I, 1910 Saturday Specials 1 C. O. D Alberta Meat Markei OLDEST ESTABLISHED. MARKET IN THE CITY Choice Prime Eib Boasts, beet'., per Ib. Sirloin Boasts per fth Pure Pork Sausage, per tti. Pure Leaf Lard, rendered, 3 fts. Pure Leaf Lard, rendered, 5 fts. Ckoine Home Cured Breakfast Bacon, ft. OUR MEATS ARE GUARANTEED TO BE OF THE F QUALITY. DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. PHONE 492 Alsd a Full Line of Choice Young Pork. Mut- ton and Veal. 17c 25c 20c 50c 75c 24c I NEST The Duck Shooting Season Is Now On Headquarters for the Best Guns and Ammunition 12 and 16 Guage Per 25 Per casc of Dominion Sovereign Smokeless Slc.50 Dominion .Smokeless .90 17.00 TJ. H. C. 19.00 Alberta Saddlery Co., Ltd. _ _ _ ounMp 7fii 306 FIFTH ST. S. PHONE 764 {Ficiii Own Correspondent) Pf.rons, AUK. to yes- iynliir's ,'ssuo of tho MtTnlnp A1J licrlsn. Barons IIHS the distinction of stnndint: at the head of tho list of milliOTiairo tcwus in Albertit. Let -us miston to explain (hat this does not means Hint Utirwis has the si-cutest number of millionaire though judging from the number of seen on her streets one might think EO, uut that she stands first among those towns which linvo shipped one million or more bushels of wheat since last fall. Indications are that she will continue iii '.he mil- lionaire class for another year at least. The crop this year will be ex- ceptionally soon. The acreage is slightly smaller. About eighty rer cent is iu wheat, the remainder be- ing oats and barley. The damage done by hail is a negligible quantity and there has been no appearance of rust or frost. The straw being light- er and all standing up straight, the crop will he handled at less cost than thnt of 1915 anl at the present high prices will realize even more money. Cutting has commenced on most farms and in a few days will be in full swing, if the present ideal weath- er continues. There seems to be I plentiful supply of men tor stocking at 50 per day. Tht business section of the town has been augmented by the opening of a neat and well arranged butcher shop. i Miss Inga Kyllingstad who has con- i ducted the telephone exchange with great efficiency for some time, ac- icompanied by her assistant Miss I Alleen Mahoney leaves this week for j Calgary to tafce a course iu book- keeping and stenography. The tele- phone "agency will be transferred to -Miss Belle Inkster who will be assist- ed by Miss Myrtle Welsh. time at Chicago and other southern points, has returned. He says the heat of Chicago was very oppres- sive and he is glad to be where he can breathe the clear cool air of Al- beria once more; The trustee board of the Barons Consolidated school arc preparing to erect a two-room addition to. the school with basement tor domestic 1 science and manual training.. Plans have been prepared and approved by j tlxe department of education and con- struction will commence soon. This addition will relieve the congested condition of last 'year and put our school in a much better position to efficient work. W. Annable with characterist Calgary. Aug. do not believe that wo shall over have much black rust in Alberta." said J. P. McArthur. M.L.A., to an Albortun reporter after a few days of careful investigation in tho black rust district in southern Saskatchewan. "I notice thai in any rolling country there is no black rust. In that kind of a district there is ui- ways a little wind, and I .take it that, tha't prevents the rust to a certain ex- tent. The rust is stimulated, it seems, by still, calm, sultry weather." Mr. Ik-Arthur was south of Moose Mid saw, some pretty poor, wheat. He found that the rust was worse on summer fallow and well prepared land. On the poorer hind or on stubble, the rust was not so had. However. it enough. j for stealing a saddle fro'm Mrs Isabel- la Brown. Doc. Dubuc, P. 1 Serge, were up Bourque, and 0. before Magistrate enterprise has installed an electric lighting system in his store. What we need is a town plant so tjiat all might have this improved illumina- tion. Iu the absence of the pastor last Sunday Rev. W. C. Marsh. Presby- terian minister at Xobleford preach- ed in the -Methodist church here and also at White Lake. {Special tr> the Pincher Creek, Aug. ald and Kipling, two men charged evading customs and who'had been remanded till Friday, appeared before Magistrate Christie and In- spector Junget and were given the .choice of five months or a fine of each, liaving their saddles and horses confiscated. Kip- ling also got an additional 30 days I ijfjige- were uy ueiuic Christie on Friday, charged -with run ning tieif autos without lights at night. This being their first offence they were each let off vv-ith a fine of mini-1 L.OIOU oaiis visneu I mum 01 IUK gave j jn connection with the tour warning that iu future all such of-j of the head officials of the bank. Mr fenders will receive the full penalty Blackwood has of the law. ul Jay. -Blackwood, manager of tJie 510 and costs instead of the mini- ijniou Bank visited Lethbridge on mum of S20. The magistrate tl-nrnitur that til flltllre all SUUU ul- nf tlin liQIri 01 tD6 D____ _____ ___ begun the erection of a new residence vrhich we under- stand will be a commodious one. The ceremony of initiation was ex- emplified at the meeting of the I. O, O. F. on Thursday last. There was a Bucharest, via London, Aug. attendance and at the close of PROHIBITION IN RUMANIA Bucharest, via konaon, Aug. attendance and at the close fit The commissioners have forbid- j a pleasant time was spent den the sale and consumption of alco- with refreshments and speeches, hblic liquors in all establishments L- the last two sunday after- throughout Rumania under penalty of severe punishment RING UP For YOUR NEXT ORDER of PRINTING QUALITY and SATISFACTION GUARANTEED LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING CO., LTD. Upon the last two Sunday after- noons Baroiis has had all .the appear- ance of a frontier town of the- wild and woolly west days. A large and deeply interested crowd has assem- bled to witness a stampede buck- ing contest together with a baseball game. These have been attended with the 'usual vociferous enthusiasm which such exhibitions generally arouse. Barons has'' never tinguished for the observance of a Puritan Sunday and evidently is liv- ing up to her reputation. Joe Gearhart, who has been em- ployed as store clerk for some .time, left last week to take a position at Nanton. Jas. McNaugliton, M.P.P., of Car- inangay paid us a visit last week in connection with the patriotic fund. The Barons Women's Institute which has been organized a little over a year is making good progress under the presidency of-Mrs.'Irwin. The ladies have purchased a building in which to nold their meetings and to he open at all times, as a rest room for ladies from the country. A little over a week ago Miss, Noble of Edmonton paid a visit and gave an address on gardening and fruit can- ning which was very Helpful. On Sat- urday last a sale of cooking was held at Murray Coopers store. The proceeds of the sale which was well patronized, will be applied in pay- ing for the institute building. By Act of Parliament the first 'Mon- day" in September is Labor Day, and is observed as a public holiday, which j this year in Lethbriilge is to be worth-1 lly celebrated. The Social Service council of Canada has sent out sug- gestions for the observance of the preceding day as Labor Sunday. The significance of this will be the fact that the following organiza- tions are represented iu the Social Service Council: The Church of Eng- land, the Methodist church, the Presby- church, the Baptist church, the Congregational church, the Trades and Labor Congress of Canada, the j Domiuion Grange and Farmers' As- j sociation, the Salvatioji Army, the i Canadian Purity-Education Associn-1 tion. the Evangelical Association of j North America, the Women's Chris- tian Temperance Union, the j hood Federation of Canada, the Nat-i ional Council of the Y. M. C. A. The'} Social Service Council declares for the j application Christian principles to j the operations of industrial associat-; ions whether of labor or of capital.! For a more equitable distribution ofi wealth. For the abolition of poverty. For the protection or" childhood. For i the safeguarding of the physical and moral health of women in industrial life. For the adequate protection of working people in case of industrial accidents and occupational diseascr.. For the Sunday rest of every worker. For conciliation and arbitration in in- dustrial disputes. For proper housing. Por the adequate care of dependent and defective persons. For the rocla- mation of criminals. For wholesale recreation. For the protection of soc- iety against contagious diseases. For j international peace. The churches represents ail In the community and seek to inter- pret these classes to each, other and to this end should; receive the co-opera- tion of the whole community in the observance of the day. They the way towards industrial justice and peace. The ideals of service to human- ity have largely displaced expos- itions of theological doctrines in the j modern pulpit and suitably to this new land religion is defining itself as brotherly service and social obliga- tion. The Trades and Labor Congress of the Dominion has strongly recom- mended that organized labor through- out the country should co-operate with the churches in! t'ie observance of this day. The ministers of the city will give special discourses suited to the day on Sunday next aria" it should he general go to in Leth- bridge. F. S. Leflingwell, M.P.P., of Warner wab in the city yesterday and went to Kayraond. Ks everyone in the Warner district is busy harvesting Fully fifty per cent of i the'.grain is being cut at the present time. Ow- ing to the fact that there summer fallow than last year, Mr. Lefflngwell does not think the yield will be as high as last year, but it will be a rery profitable ertheless. This year a great amount of summer-fallo-wing been done. The Warner member thinks there is fully as much, if not more acreage in his district this year lait. School Opening and Nyal Days Every purchaser of Nyal prep- arations will receive One Japanese Flying: Bird.; Beginning Saturday and the week of September 4th also. We win give a flying bird with each 25c worth of scribblers, (6 for 2Sc.) Frank Hedley DrUtjGO. LETHBRIDGE, AtBERTA Rylands' Saturday Store News and Bargain Bulletin ]STcw Full Goods are arriving e very day now and from now on the store will take on a di.Q'ovcut appc.aranee. Spring and Hummer Goods arc gone and in their place comes 11 ow coats, now drosses, new dress o-oods and silks, new corsets new ho siery and Tuesday. We can supply you with many things i'or the boys and girls at y Cut Glass Coupons Good Until Saturday, Sept. 16th The New Dress Goods are Here New British Serges, 65c, 75c, 85c and New Gaberdines, yard, 55c, 75c, SOc, New Granite Cloths, yard, 75c, and 51.2 New Poplins at per yard ............65c and 90 Watson's Fall- wei rwear We have now in stock tho largest display of un- derwear for women and children in Southern Al- berta. No matter what you wt have it. light medium or heavy weight, in all styles and prices and Girls' Undervest or Drawers, 35c, 50c 75c Girls' Combinations, 65c, 75c, SOc to Women's S. Sleeve Vests. Extra valus 50c Women's Vests or Drawers from 25c to ?1.75 each Wom's Combs. All otyks and sizes. Each Penman's Hosiery Penman's full fashioned seamless hose in the finest of all wool cashmere yarns for women. Sizes 814 to 10. Spec- ial values, (buy No more at these prices. SOc and Lace Camisoles Take a peek in the window when you are down town to- morrow. You will see some- thing real nice in the new slik and lace camisoles for wearing with the new crepe waists. 52.50