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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS TELEPHONE 1312 CENTRAL LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Beit Hotel in Stop, stand, look both ways; Be on guard, the wise man says. Take no never pays. Use Taylor Made School Supplies SCRIBBLERS, EXERCISE BOOKS, PUBLIC SCHOOL TEXTS, RULERS, ERASERS, PEN POINTS, ETC., ETC. WITH WORTH WE ARE GIVING A PENCIL BOX FREE THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. Phoni DrujjirU and Dlllw Six Tonight 0 CASES FREESTONE PEACHES lit Finest quality SJjppy's. Special, per ease e Spseial per basket Monday being Labor Day, this store will be closed THE GOOD CO. High Class Grocert Phone 525 MARKETS Make Ibt MOST of tbf High Prices by ensign- ing Yoor Grain to SMITH-MURPHY It CO. Ton will reellM ont In it Ipr you. and lour n- lumj prorapUj. WRITE CR' PHONE iCWTk. Phone HJ13 Reild.nct PKSIM 14H f. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHBHIOGE BRANCH .__. SHERLOCK BLDC. SMC t NWLER GRAIN I4n 6lr 'ntlra _ ynrWnbwwl with MB to, JOiT remr.iniB i or 1 M 110 to at J, A. CUHMING HAS RESIGNED Moose Jaw. Sash., Sept. Announcement was made liere morning that C. E. Austin, general manager or the Cana- iliac government jnlerior stor- age elevators, has resigned, The resignation was. It is un- derstood, made to tLc grain board last evening. Mr. Aus- tin, who was [ormerly manager ot tlie Robin Hood mills here and also of the Moose Jaw Mill- ing Co., 'will go lo Strome, Alta., where he will manage tliis mill o[ the Strome Milling com- pany. Winnipeg, Sept. being uow na fixed price (or wheat, ibe cash market was restricted today and iherc was a liability ot greater price fluctuations than during the period the fixed basic quotation obtained. Today's cash uheal market ivas steady with i continued .good demand and there transactions at from one to two cents better than the prev- ious I'lose. There was nlso a Tafr de- mand tor cash eats, barley and.Has at unchanged prices. Offerings of all cereals were light and only a moder- ale amount of business was done in II fs thought (hat (lie [market vjll bo riulel until tbe new fixed price has been announced. IIol dcrs will naturally be inclined to hold until them. la the future market there was some activity In oats and flai. Gals .were fractionally lower than yesterday's close during ihe trading, while flax was from two Lo four cents Winnipeg cash wheat closed 1 cent higher, October oats %c down; Decem bcr 2H cents up aiid May c down, October flax closed down; Ue comber cents down and. May 3 cents down. Barley unchanged. Futures. Winnipeg Wheat' October Oats- October...... December May......... KJar- October 220 -5 BULLETINS Petrograd, Sept. 1. Increased artillery fire In (he Vilna Smorgon Krcva sector, toward the northern end of Russian front Ti reported in today's official state- flepuJse by the Rumanians' of an attack In the Fokshane re- gion of Ine Rumanian front also INITIAL SUCCESS Berlin, Sept. 1, via London, Sept. succesiei were gained by Ine French Tn the atlrck ytj- terday on the Aisne front near driven back subsequently, the war office announces. Heavy artillery -righting occurred near the Bel- gian coaili.Ti on both sides or the Meuse. Mrs. M. ParHilt, Olri Ave. S., received news- that morning of the death In action or her In-other, Tbeo dore amllh. lie ivaa anrt ralsec In Pinchcr Joining tbe C M.K. Au o'nler brolher also Is In tbe Ircnchea. In the firing line for nine months and had permission ol a fur lough "Just before he was killed. Have Us Install Furnace NOW So ft iwlll he ?-II ready lo use when needed. Wo are prepared to put In new flues, cold air or to build an entire furn-- ace If required. We have ample facilities eq.ial skill. You can depend upon itnr work every lime and you'll IJrd upon thai our ctjmges alw-ays CT tremely reasonably The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIOGE, ALBERTA Superior Supply Co. 2nd Ave. S. and 13th Street MINING, BUILDING A RAILWAY EQUIPMENT J.UOHOPE ANDERSON AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS GANG PLOWS SULKIES FORD TRACTOR ATTACH- 1UGOIES MENT9. DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAILERS CULTIVATORS BlNorR ENOIflEC PHONE A BLUE LINE CAR 330 32S 61S 60 ?s 63'a 327 ;ovember iclober Winnipcj CIslTPrJcts. 1 -No. 1 Nor. 21D '.c. 3 Nor...213 -N'o. 4 Xor.203 iO. 5 Nor...ITS o. C Nor... 160 'eed .......................150 ;o. 2 CAV... C4iJ -No. 3 C.W... 63-% litra Xo. 1 Feed C3 lo. I Feed N'o. 2 eo lu. 3 ......US Xo. 1 ......114 lejecled and Fesd ............110 [o. 1 X.W.C.................330% :o. C.W 3 C.W............'.----- 3IJV. LOCAL MARKETS Cnrin Vheat Wheat .....201 Dais 5511 'Oil's Flai Barley Bariey. LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice sleers, choice cowg %c. Select hogs, 150 lo 250 Choice killing Choice ttllliiK ewesr sheared, 9 Son Is Wounded Sergl Holmes Jewell this raornlnj received word ihal his son Sappe Fred Jowetl had reccnlly been woan ded. spending three da.ys in hoanltal wound In .the left leg Is tti' way Ihe official mess age reported Ih casually. ____ __ ANNOUNCEMENTS A dance will be held In the K. of hall tonight. Everybody welo'cmc. A good Lime assured. Ocnts 75 cents, ladles, free. 225-1 Mr. Claude Hughes will resume the teaching of piano, singing and theory on Tuesday, Sept. 4. 59 canrtlflales were successful In June, 1517, at the cxamJnaUon of the Royal Academy of Music, 32 of whom were pupils of Claude Hughes. At 1917 Al- berta's Musical Festival pupils gained first and ihlrd place for Junior piano. For I91G, first, second and third place. Studio: Wealoy Church. Ileaitlence 1263 5lh Avc. H. Phone 305. 233-1 IN MEMORIAM fn Invlnp memory of Francis frunfor, ulio died Ssplember 2nd, 1016, aged 2 years and A days. Ucarly beloved son of Ptc. Jamea and Mrs. Kllzahclh Hun- for. Ever rememberert by father and mother, brothers and Blfilera. "Safe (n Ihc arms of THE HEYDAY OF YOUTH SCHOOLDAYS It Is always with reluctance tint some pupils it art to when they to work they are enthusiastic about it-' The.happl-it days In one's life are school of courseT the necessary things are at hand to work possible and plcasMnt. We Handle the Standard School Required in all gradci Including The Literature Books. SUPPLIES Is Urge.and varied so we can provide anyihing that may be required. Scribblers, Exercise BooVt, Pencils, Rulers, Book Bags, Erasers, Pencil Boxes, Drawing Paints, Brushes, Crjyom, Slates, Etc. Special for tKe Children With a purchase of 25e or more we witl give FREE a box of School Cray ont, containing twelve (12) colors. Special Values in and Exercise Books. We have the biggest and ten cent.values In town. The Red Cross Drug Book Co. Ltd. Cheese Rennet We are in receipt of a small quantity ot Which we'are to "make ga" as far as conse- quently" we the sale to one-pjekage per customer. klMak mm4 retail TELEPHONE NO- CITY AND DISTRICT Spokane Visitors Felix Lc.Marinel and son of Sno ;anc, who are now in the Latbrop farm at Grassy are the city today. Court Recess Over The long recess" at the court house Is over and all offices in future will uc open the regular Special Service Commencing with lonlorrow, Sunilaj school at St. Cyprian's will Infhbld a the usual hour of 3 o'cJork. Tomorroi there 'will "uu a children's scr vice at thai hour. Corp, Smith Home Corp. J. H. SmJth, formerly Jicai checker at Ihc freight sheds, arrivci home ycslcrtlay from Franlc on montn'fi furlougn. lie will be In Lett bridge anout two weckh. Mason Ruck filmonl DUcli rlctrolii, Victor Ini, MlHt Main tnd Minlcil Mill Orrim Threshermen Don't Waste- Your In comlnf to the city looking fw men hut Phone J, Harris ft Co, have a crew' niidy for you jnytlme .you up. 'i J Officers1 Reserve j Ail officers who have served In Hi Canadian Expeditionary t-'orce, an who are resident In Albcrln, arc re QUCHled lo communlcaln with the di Irkt ofTlcer commanding military dls trlcl No. 15, In wriUnp. This helng I concclloii M-Jlh Ihe'crffanljallon ol tli C.E.K. of No .Searchlight II la called lo Urn Herald's allonllo Ilial Section 13 Iho .Motor Vehicle Acl flays: "Mo motor vehicle shall ca ry whal Is known to the Irndc as !i search Kglit." motorists arc asked lo govern themselves according- ly. JST'B STANDARD DANK OF CANADA HEAD OFFICE TORONTO SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES arc now installed at this Branch tody of valuable posers, safety nod privacy. Further information supplied by the tuanajjer. 223 LETHBRIDGE BRANCH G. F. BLETCKtR, M.UIT- COALHUR5T BRANCH D. A. CURRIE, -Office UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS, F. 1 E. CHECK WRITER. CHICAGO PENCIL SHARPENER, OFFICE r'URNITURE. TYPEWRITERS OVERHAULED, CLEANED AND REPAIRED. EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE Everall Franks Sinnott Block. Corner 41h Ave. and Bth SI. This is the grade of Janimal bought by Delanys Meat Co. YOU ALWAYS GET FIRST. QUALITY MEAT FROM US, Labor Day DANCE IF YOU STAY AT HOME ON LABOR DAY, DON'T MISS THE Dance of the Season IN THE KHiCHTS OF PYTHIAS HALL COME AND WIN THE WALTZ COMPETITION A bane: CommlUct Will Mm- ift the floor mil Make Every- body Welcome. LARGE ORCHESTRA IN ATTENDANCE 2213 And all (he necessary equipment, Including liiitf Lk'fiises. Consumers Hardware Co. 120 FIFTH 4T. 9. PHONE I2I2 LETHBRlnQE ;