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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOaOHEIMER PIANOS RDI80N PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. 'Everything Musical" S18 6th Street South Phone 1545 -:--_i__ LETHBraDGE DAILY HERALD J GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th Street S. Phone 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Re��on. able Prlcei.__ HOUSEWIVES This space carries our daily message to you. It tells the story that Southern .Mberta raised meats are fresh killed and ready to send to you. DELANY'S Meat Co. v Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food Board License Number 9-266'^ School Supplies Your child ^vilI maUe faster progress in his stuilips if you provide liiin with tiie necessary school supplies early. Our stock at'preseut is complete in all text books ami supplies. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS NOTE u ^^^t^^fff. Store PHONE 1487 Ubi6 meek in the (Tit^ Cburcbes Knox-Wednesday at S:00. a meeting of the teachers and officers of the Sunday school in ihe vestry. Thursday ariernoon, tiic Ladies .\id will hold a picnic at the E.xperinieutal Kami. .A. cordial invitation is extended to all ladies of the congregation. The executive will provide the refreshments. Cars will leave the church at i.lo. Should She iveather �he unfavorable a social will be held in the church. Collectors for systematic giving n-ill call during the week. Friday at S:00, choir practice. Wesley-Tonight at T;30. meeting of the Boy Scouts under the leadership of .Mr. Cooper, a returned veteran. With each 25c purchase of school supplies A Cane and Pennant WE HAVE IN STOCK A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SCP.IBB-LER.S, ETC. Frank Hedley Drug Co. Tuesday at Sjih'. meeting of the official board. Kvery memlier is urged to be present us very important business will be discussed. Wednesday at S:00. prayer meetings will be resumed. Thursday at 3:00. the Ladies Aid will be entertained at the home of Mrs. \V. .M. Huff. 413 1-th street, sojih. Every member is urged to be present. .\t S:00, choir practice will be resumed under the leadersliip of Jfr. Claude Hughes. United Church-Tonight at S:00. The regtilar monthly meeting o; the board of stewards in the parsonage. .-\n ito cream social will be given in the lull! iiy the girls' department. Wednesday at S:00. prayer meeting in the church parlor. Thursday at S:00, senior choir practice. Friday at 4: ITi. junior choir practice. St. Cyprian's-There will be morning and e.veuing services at St. Cyprian's ne.^t Sunday. Rev. d. W. Helling o� Bow Island will lake the services. SI, Mary's-Tonight at S:.''". vesiry meeting. Wednesday at arid, the parochial association will recommence for the winter. 7:1.5, the Boy Scouts meet. Thursday at 5:00.the G.A. will re-open and a large attendance is requested. Friday ai S:00, Intercession service. S:;'.0, choir practice. Next Monday at. :'.:00. the meets. Morning services at St. Marys wjll re-commence next Sunday. Christian-The ladies aid will meet at the home of Mrs. ^"aa Blarcom, ' �5th street sotith, tomorrow afternoon 'i at i'r.W. ' Christian Science-Wednesday at i S:'"iii, weekly testimony meeting, : Does Cash and Carry Pay You or Not ? Compare our prices and then decide for yourself. WE KNOW, YOU KNOW, therefore WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW. ONTARIO CHEESE, per lb.....................28 CANNED TOIMATOES. ZYzS, per tin ...........21 EGGO BAKING POWDER, per tin .............33 STANDARD PEAS, 2s. per tin ...............,' .13 FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER,. Special, per lb. .50 TRANSCENDANT CRAB APPLES in AI condition. FOR WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY SPECIAL ON PURE LARD- 3s. per tin ............................ 1-02 5s. per tin ........................... 1-67 10s, per tin.......................... 3,35 20s, per tin .......................... 6,60 CLIMAX JAM APPLE AND STRAWBERRY, 4t, per tin.. .68 APPLE AND RASPBERRY, 4s, per tin .. .68 PURE JAM WAGSTAFFE'S PEACH, 4s, per tin.......83 DONALCO PEACH, 4s, per tin ............77 STANDARD VINEGAR, per quart bottle.. .22 per 40 lb. case ............................ 2,65 CANADA FIRST EVAPORATED MILK, per tin .13 LIBBY'S PUMPKIN, soli^ pack, per tin ........28 BARTLETT PEARS. An extra lot just nrnved, in A1 condition. The price Is right and would advise getting a case or two of these. About 25 cases. While they last, Per cas e. CALL AND get OUR PRICES ON OTHER FRESH FRUITS, LOWESt'POSSIBLE PRij'^^ THE GOOD CO. LIMITED H.gh.Class Cash Grocers canada food board license number 8-590 Phone 525 MARKETS Winnipeg, Sept. 'A.-There was little or nothing doing in the cash markets today. There was a poor demand for all grain and offerings were practically nil. Oats closed %c higher for October and ^sc higher for Uecenibei'. Flax closed seven cents higher for October; six cents higher for Xoveni-ber and nine cents higher for December. Winnipeg Markets , Oats- Open Close Cct. .. Dei: . . Flax-Ocl. .. Xov. . , Dec. .. s:( soi 5 ....... 40.5 ....... 401' ....... :;95 Cash Prices s:Ps SO 411 402 39:) Gats-No. -2 C. W....... Extra .\o. 1 Feed Xo. 1 Feed. .70'^s Barley- Xo. Z C. W. lOo Flax- Xo. 1 X. W. C. .. Xo. 2 Feed, Kl^s Xo. 4 C. W. 100 .1-315 I pr b ARE WNED WITH VCITY AND DISTRICT Foremost Visitors A. J. DonahoD and wife and G. JI. Westhrooke and wife of Foremost, were holiday visitors in the city. School Sappiies On Tuesday we will give a balloon (FREE) wiili each purchase of school supplies amounting to 25c or more. Only one balloon to a person. SUNDAY HOURS TomoiTow, September 1st. our store will be open at the following periods: Afternoon .............. 2 to 4 Evening............... 7 to 9 CUSTOMS RE-TURNS Customs returns for the month of August were ?2C.!)44-.52 at this port as against ?51.Soo.97 for the month oC i August last year. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Succe�tora to Jackson & Co. Telephone* 555 and 1232 Sherlock - Building Death of Infant Died at Staffordville on Sept. Isl. Helen Makorenko, aged 7 days. Tlie funeral took place yesterday, Sept. 2. at 11 a.m. from St;. Patrick's church, in charge ot T. S. Fetterly. lutermeiu lin St. Patrick's cemetery. ' Death Hugh McDonald ! The death ot Vlugh -McDonald, father ot Mrs. J. n. Mclntyre, ot Leth-bridge, occurred Saturdav at Coinax, B.C. Mr, ?iIcDonaUl lived in Leth-hridge for some time. Jlr. and .Mrs. .Mclniyre left Monday for Comax. Movement of Sheep J, Dougall, agricultural agent of the C.P.R., is in the city today in connection with the movement ot sheep from the mountains. Several bands are being shipped from the mountains to points in the north where feed is plen-! tiful. ANNOUiXCEMENT I Miss Aileen Jones has returned home and will resume her pianoforte classes tomorrow, September 4th, Willis & Co. ar,6 building a reputation for exceptionally good service in Victor records. Skilled musicians are in charge of the department and discriminating buyers will be well pleased with as.sortraent in stock. Call at our store in the Hull Block. -^'g-l ARLOW'S TEAT ARKET Phone 796 1110 Sixth Avenue S. CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 9-6330 M A gold medal contest nnde." ihe aus pices of the Willard W.C.T.T'. will he held in the United church hall, 13th Si. X.. on Friday evening ne.xt. All contestants are silver medalists so that good entertainment is assured. A good attendance will encourage the young people in cultivating their talent. Tickets. 25c. Paris, Sept. 3,-(Havas Agency) -A disptach from Berne to the Matin quotes a prominent Swiss citizen coming from Germany as declaring that in the last week a formidable disillusion has swept over Germany. If the military situation does not improve the in-formafjt said, trouble that may surpass the acts of the Bolshevik! in Russia menaces the German empire. MUST LEAVE MOSCOW HAY for SALE We are quoting very attractive prices delivered at your station for carload lots of TIMOTHY, TIMOTHY AND CLOVER, ALFALFA. PRAIRIE HAY, ETC. Get our jrices for prompt or future delivery. Kenneth R. Simpson Co. Lethbridge, Alta., or Calgary, Alta. 217 0 You're Sure at the Sanitary Shop Sure you're safe and of good work. WEETBROOK BROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal Copenhagen, Sept. 3.-All persons in Petrograd and Moscow who are not actually residents are ordered fay a decree issued by the government to leave within twen-ty.four hours, says a Moscow dispatch received here from Berlin. FERRET OUT EVADERS New York, Sept. 3.-Nearly 25,-000 government agents began today to ferret out draft evaders in New York City and its vicinity, under the direction of the department of justice. WHEN YOU THINK OF CLEAI^ING, PRESSING OR REPAIRING THINK OF "D" THE TAILOR Telephone 1666 410 FIFTH STREET mmm A HUN QUARREL ' Washington, Sept. 3.-Dispatches from Switzerland says Crown Prince Rupprecht of Bavaria is in complete disagreement with Genes from Switzerland say Crown prince, it is said, opposed the last German offensive. TO SHORTEN LINE London, Sept. 3.-The, evacuation of Lens tends to confirm the theory that the Germans have decided upon a drastic shortening of their whole line. Lens was powerfully defended, the widest front of it resting on a labyrinth of coal pits and heaps of mining debris. Assisting the Cook You can't expect the cook to turn out the most toothsome products unless the VERY BEST ingredients are supplied to her. We sav, in all modesty, that we have the VERY BEST SPICES that care and selection can secure and naturally in these times this is a difficult matter. This applies also to our Essences, Baking .\mmonia and Essential Oils. A trial will prove the accuracy of our statements. h I B. HigiflbothaiB & Co - Limited - �Atlierta'* Plantf Orugglsts* Wheloaala and Ratal) Chamlata Phones 1515 and 322 EAIH fiS. Mm There died in the city on Sept. 1st. Jessie Caroline Butler, aged 66 years and widow ot the late Eli Butler, She leaves to mourn her loss three daughters, Mrs, G. B. Tivel, MisH Annie of the post office statf and Jliss Mabel of the Singer Sewing Machine Co., and four sons, Arthur of Done Creek, B, C; William .ot Tauford, B. C; Ernest ot ."Medicine 1-lat, and Charles who is with the army at Pctawawa Camp. Mr.s. Butler is a-native of Newfoundland and came to Lethbridge 8 years ago with the family. Her husband died two years ago in the city. The funeral notice will appear later. NCIL lETI n b At tlie city council meeting this i morning an appeal from the Belgian i Relier Committee, Montreal, tor aid for this very worthy fund was received. The council pdksed a resolution rpgrctting that no funds wore avail-i al)le lliis J ear, but indicating that next I year a grant of $500 would be Hct ai)art fo)' ll)i> fund. * Conimissioncr Freeman was auth-i orized to purchase 200 feet of hose for JAva.shing oul the subsidence basins at I'j' filter plant. The jdan to lease the old cily tuar-kcl building iQ Motor Sales. lAd., at $-10 per jnonth was approved. WILL BE REFUNDED Shippers of stock and hay-making outfits who luive paid full or half rate:i one way will be reimbursed by the Dominion department of agricui-ture. These sliipi)ers should forward their papers lo H.S. Arkell, Live Stock Commissioner. Otiawa, Ont. FIRE DEPT. MIGHT STRIKE, London, Sep'i, 3,-I'olfowing the settlement 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 the un)ort. Attention Sportsman Box Caie U,M,C, "Remington" Smokelesa Shells, 12 gauge .,.$1.35 $24.S0 "Elys" "Grand Prix" or Balllstile Shells, 12 gauge .. 1.25 23.00 Peters "Target" Shells, 12 gauge ................. 1.45 26,50 Peters "Premier" Shells, 12 gauge ................. 160 27,00 Peters "Referee" Shells, 12 gauge .................. 1.20 21.60 Peters "High Gun" Shells, 12 gauge ............... 1.�0 27.00 Peters "Ideal" High Brass Base Sheila.............. 1.75 32,00 These are all new clean stock, every shell guaranteed. If yoir fire interested In nbovo high grade lines of shells, act quickly, aa there are no more to be had and our slock is llmlled. Pleaao do not ask us to lioltl shells, these prices are lor immediate delivery and spot cash, 22 Short U,M,C, "Smokelest" or "Lesmock" ungreaaed, greatetl or hollow point, 30c box; also Winchester or Petera same price. Consumers Hardware and Supply Company DEVELOP POWER Ottawa, Sept, 3,-Hon. Arthur Me/ghen and Hon. A. L. Sifton have left for Washington to take up with the United States government the question of the Long Sault dam of the St. Lawrence. The view taken by the Dominion government is that any development of power at Long "Sault should be- undertaken by the governments of the two countries and should not be committed to any private corporation. largely to the losses ot the PrussianR, wounded aa well as in dead, whlh> after each rusli, a lot more of wounded prisoners renuilned in the hands oC the French. TO HOLD INOUEST Victoria. H. C Sept.'.l.-An inquesS will be held hero tomorrow to inqiiiro into the shooting on Sundayi cveninfc of Tang Jhui Lung, minister ot tho interior in the government oC Xorth-cni China by Chong Wong, a A'ictor-iii, barber, who then committed Bui-cidc. Tang w'as shot as he stood outside the ChineBD Club. ^UNS USED D With the French Armies in the Field, Sept. - iXooni.-Tlio battle for the plateau north of Soissons lias used up some of the best divisions remaining in the German army. Yesterday's fighting between Crecy-.-Vu-.\Iont and Leuilly and between Jnvig-ny and Terny was particularly severe. This was shown this morning by the field being strewn with the dead of the Prns.sian Guard. The.v are piled one on top of the other in some trencli-es'and long linos of them .show where tho guards counter attacked five times in an effort to slem tho tide of battle which was running relentlessly against l!iem. Each one of these efforts added A FULL LINE OF FRESH KILLED MEATS AGAIN THIS week R. Coultry Phone 492 The Alberts Meat Market Canada Food Board Licenaa Number S-2S6D3. Hay & Feed F. 0. HYDE & CO. Cor. 2nd Ave. and 12th St, A. PHONE 1244 LETHBR;jgE CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER-3-802 Banff for Ideal Holiday _SEPTEMBER FURNISHED COTTAGES AT HALF RATES The ideal month of the season in the Mountain Resort Hotel Itntc"! $a.00 per day and upwards. For full particulars write Secretary, Board ot Trade. Bantt. CANADIAN GOLF CLUB TOURNAMENT SEPTEM"BER 14 219-14 School Supplies Bring your lists direct to us, we can fill all your wants. The best values for least money. Robertson's Book Store lethbridge hotel building PHONE 1265 SEE OUR- SCRIBBLERS, RUBBERS, PENCILS, RULERS, INKS. ' SEE OUR STOCK FOR NEW COVERS FRANK HEDLEY DRUG CO Watch the Kiddies Grow on Quaker Bread I THERE IS 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 MEALS. 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 WHEN THEY SEE AND TASTE IT. BETTER PHONE 378 TODAY AND JUST SEE HOV/ GOOD IT IS. John Gilmofe, Limitecl, Bakers-^ CANADA FOOD BOARD f LICENSE NUMBER 5-879 We Are All Correspondents Now! We WTite our friends at the front and elsuwhere. and get through pad.s (iuicltly. Ycni should .see oui- stock ot thc�e convenient bloclM of paper the first time you find yourself out. We have a number ot .special lines well -.'orth attention. Paper does not go wrong readily. Provide against the rapid advance in paper costs: -BUY NOW- The Twentieth Century Book Store 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 FOR READING AND WRITING MATERIAL "iteading maketh a full man; _ Writing, an exact man." STENOGRAPHERS WANTED To Call and See the ByrotS Typewriter Cabinet .Something new. Carbon holder in front of operator. A place for everything- Letter heads, envelopcB, bill heads, carbon, second sheets, etc. We supply eierything tor the office. EVERALL and FRANKS Office Outfitters Sinnot Block Cor. 4th Ave. * 5th 3t, S. 88 ;