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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOMDHEIMER PIANOS SDISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBO'A MUSIC CO.. LTD. "Everytfiino Mueiral" 315 6th Street South Phone 1M5 L LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD1 GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th Street S. Phone 1483 Prompt ami Reliable Work Done at Reasonable Prices. HOUSEWIVES This space carries our daily message to you. It tells the story thai Southern Alherta raised meats are fresh killed and reads- to send !o you. DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 4 52 Canada Fead Bcirri L;r.n$- N. School Supplies child will THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. ^^kzrO&tr Store NEXT "AULAS HOTEL phone 1437 in the Cit� Churches *"C> LmtfO C"isrcn- C > 3D. "c- i'.'la. \Xith each 25c purchase of school supplies A Cane and Pennant WE HAVE IN STOCK A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SCRIBBLERS. ETC. Frank Hedley Drug Co. Ccr'Uian-- Science A.\N0r\( LAMENT n: M ARLOW'S EAT ARKET Mci iii , l'raia id.lll. Phone 796 1110 Sixth Avenue S. CANADA FOOD BOaRD LICENSE NUMBER 9-6320 You're Sure at the Sanitary Shop WESTBROOK BROS Opposite Bank of Montreal Does Cash and Carry Pay You or Not? Compare our prices and then decide for voursoif. WE KNOW. YOU KNOW, therefore WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW. FOR WEDNESDAY ant THURSDAY SPECIAL ON PURE LAOD- .is. per tin ............................ 1.0J :>s. |)er tin ........................... 1,6/ 'Ds. per tin ........................... 3.35 -0*. p.*r tin ......................... O.CQ CLIMAX JAM APPLE AND STRAWBERRY, -Is, per tin.. .68 APPLE AND RASPBERRY. -Is. per tin .. .68 PURE JAM WAGSTAFFE'S PEACH. -Is. per tin .......83 DONALCO PEACH. da. per tin ............?? STANDARD VINEGAR, per quart bottle.. ,22 aivldion. The price is right and would advise e . ..............."^'^...... .....2.85 CALL and GET our PRICES ON OTHER FRESH FRUITS, LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE. THE GOOD CO. LIMITED ONTARIO CHEESE, ucr lb....................23 CANNED TOMATOES. 2' .$. per tin ...........2 I LOGO BAKINC. POWDER, otr tin ............23 STANDARD ?E.\S. 2s. ocr t;n ..............IS FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER. Special, per lb. .50 TRANSCENOANT CRAB APPLES in A1 condition, rcr -d lb. case ..................2.6:') CANADA FIRST EVAPORATED MILK, per tin .13 Lir.BY'S PUMPKIN, solid pack, per tin ......28 GARTLLTT PEARS. An extra lot just arrived, in Al .-,'Ctinic; a care or two of these. About 25 cases. Wh High-Class Cash Grocers canada food board license number 8-599 Phone 525 Attention Sportsman Box Caie U.M.C "Remington' Smokelosa Shells, 12 gauge ...J1.35 $24.50 "Elys" "Grand Prix" or Ballistite Shells, 12 gauge .. 1.25 23.00 Peters "Target" Shells, 12 gauge ................. 1.45 2ft.50 Peters "Premier" Shells, 12 gauge ................. 1-60 27.00 Peters "Referee" Shells, 12 gauge .................. 1-20 21.60 Peters "High Gun" Shells. 12 gauge ............... 1.60 27.00 Peters "Ideal" High Brass Base Shells.............. 1.75 32,00 These arc all in u cli'im .-dock, every shell euuriillleed. If you rue interested ill above hi::h ".ratio lines (if shells, net quickly, us there are mi more in In- had and inn- slink K limited l'lnnai; do not ii.il� ii.m Id bold shells. Ih-s" price:! arc fur iniiiiediaic delivery ami .spot cash, 22 Short U.M.C. "Smokeless" or "Lesniock" ungrenied, greflsed or hollow point, JOc box; also Winchester or Petera same price. Consumers Hardware and Supply Company I l V S. S . IL. MARKETS . >.'pt d.ci'.c v u,.j lit; >.-ii tna�'. im; in 2r.o or nun Only otic ballon:. ill mvc n l.i)?; In tin- losses nf tin. Prussians, Mounded as well as in (load, Willi.' afi"r I'm Ii cu-ih. a lot more of wounded pri iim.'i,- ri'iiiiiint.-i| in the liaiuls oC llie l-'rein ii. ^CITY AND DISTRICT Foremost Visitors A .1 li.iii.dioc anil wil'e and U. M | \Y."ii In-iMilie and wife of I-'nroino!-;. I I'->'.: visitors ;ii tin- ci'v. CUSTOMS RETURNS i'11-111ni!��(in n> for the month o" Auitiisi were VJil.ti 1(."._' ,it ; h i r- port a � attain- i ?M >:.:..'.: ile ul.- rue supplied to her. Death Hugh McDonald ! a' h of Hliull Mel loiiuid. i'.i M:-. .I. K M.'ltityre. of l.eth-liriiiK-'. o.iitt'ied S.i"ii'ilay at .iin.- time. M. .mil ,\|;-- Mi l.i: . . '� ':"'. Mi'iul.i y ;nr l 'oiii.i\ Ottawa, Sept. 3.- Hon. Arthur Mcighcn and Hon. A. L. Sdton have left for Washington to take up with the United States government the question of the Long San It dam of the St. Lawrence. The view taken by the Dominion government ii that any develop- j mcnt of power at Long ' Sault should be undertaken by the governments of the two countries and should not be committed to any private corporation. BEST DIVISIONS I HUNS USED UP' j TO HOLD INQUEST ; Vlelillia. !'.. Sept. All impier1-, I will he held here tomorrow In tnipiir.' inio the sliiiotim; on Sunday eveiiiiu,-: of Tnnu Hi ui I.unn. minister of tile interior in the Kovenuiietit of .N'orlli-;e\n China hy Cttotii; Wouk, ii Yiche-i a liarlier. ulm llieii conmiitled toii-j eide. TilliK Hiis ''hut as he stood out-| sido 'lie Chinese Club. nan i Movement of Sheep .1. Illume!!, aui'iei:!'ura! a:;eii[ o: tie C I' K . I- in t ui' cit\ to !a;. m iuntie,  t ion with movement of lieip frein tii'- iiio'.ni a in.-. Several i amis are be ir.ui ^!.i',.;e 11 I'.i.in tiie ii'iiiiii; iln- in point - in : !"� Hurt n u he: .� I- | j: "II- IEI 0. UU i !.U\ i -- I , \'.' ; ;i the l-'i ouch Armil ~ tu I I'i"L!. Sept � ' Noon >. v | tor i ne jilat.a:: noil h of Soi - -up - ! '.!>( "11 .-Oille of 1 ile lie- t .(I vis !i lie [ I'eiHaitlitlU ill t'.'.e Cell,:,1U aidt.1.. V' : "'�ediii's fmtitini; hotw.-fti i"r>.. ;. -An Mont aiui I.eiiilly and v. e. n .luvi^ ni ami T'Tlty k.i-' |>;irl�-;i; :;)> -evei- , Tiiis Mils �liiiiin r!ii^ inoriuiiu by lie1! field Ii* 111K .1 I'e V. 1' with I lO' tl.Mtl n ' :lie rrii-..i;':i tliiii.ti. riii-> .,ie ;,i!e' eoiuicil uief-i iiij; this i liio.iii'a: an apii-al from tin IJelnian; I'.elie- Coiaiiiiitee, Montreal, for aid ' to: luC '. � I y vol thy fund was recoiv j ed. The i .mm il pitiseil a resohn ion i t ",� r 11 in" i::.,t no i',iicl - v -ri. avail aide i],i .'.',ir but iiiiliea i inc thai mM '�ar a ni ol sham would lie .-t apail � i.c 'In i.im| * I ' iiiii.iii- - .I'iii-:' l'"ri" in.ui wn- iiiiih -il to ,eii i in '.'iiu |e, �, in' ho ... lor .. a.-'liliy O'll I he Mill I|||| ||..|- !);<:-111.. a' ''.  idler iihii.t. 1 Tin "Ian to I'-a.-e Hi,- old ci'y mar I hi ' emMin � to .Motor Sale- I ,nl.. a: � '�" p"r iin.iii h v. a., approved. FIRE DEPT. MIGHT STRIKE. London, Si*p;. 3.-Pol^owtug the ittttlement of the police strike, last week, London yesterday was threatened with a strike of the fire brigade. The secretary of the fire brigade branch of the national union of corporation workers addressed an ultimatum to the ministry of labor demanding a reply to previous requests for recognition of tin union. cftool Supplies Bung your lists direct to us, \vc can fill all your wants, llu: best values for least money. Robertson's Book Store LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BUILDING phone 1265 SEE OUR- SCRIBBLERS, RUBBERS, SEE OUR STOCK FOR NEW COVERS FRANK HEDLEY DRUG Watch the Kiddies Grow on Quaker Bread THERE 13 NO FOOD THAT WILL AGREE WITH THE KIDDIES OF ALL AGES LIKE GOOD BREAD. THEY DO NOT LIVE BY BREAD ALONE BUT PLENTY OF GOOD BREAD AND BUTTER OR JAM SHOULD BE THE MAINSTAY OF ALL YOUNGSTERS MLALS. QUAKER BREAD IS ' HOUT DOUBT THE BEST BREAD YOU CAN SERVE ON YOUR TABLE. TRY IT MADAM AND SEE THE YOUNGSTERS SCRAP FOR THE CRUSTS. TRUST THE KIDDIES TO KNOW A GOOD THING WHF.N THEY SEE AND TASTE IT. BETTER PHONE 378 TODAY AND JUST SEE HOY/ COOD IT IS. John Gilmore, Limited, Bakers CANADA FOOD BOARD LICEN8E NUMBER 5-879 IV.l We Are AH Correspondents Now! We write our fi lends al The front and eh,e.wliere, and Ki'l through pads ipiiel'.ly. You should see. out stock of lliese convenient lllocka oi paper tin- first lime you find yourself out. \\V have a number of special lilies; well orth micul.iim. Paper does mil i;h wroiiK readily. I'rovid"! u^aitifil lrapid advance in paper ciwl.s. -BUY NOW- The Twentieth Century Book Store 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 61J FOR READING AND WRITING MATERIAL "lleadiiiK tuukoth u full mini; W'l itinp,, an exact man." 1 STENOGRAPHERS WANTED To Call and See the Byron Typewriter Cabinet Horiuuliinf; new. Carbon holder In front of operator. a place j'or everything--Letter heads, envelupep, bill heads, carbon, nccinid sbcnU, etc Wo supply evorylliitiK for Uie office. EVERALL and FRANKS Office Outfitters Sinnot Block Cor. -Wi Ave. & 5th St. S. ;